Biodiversity & Forestry Seminar Series

October 13 - December 31, 1969 Host USAID

Conservation impacts of PADDD are unclear, though evidence suggests that it may sometimes advance conservation ends. Given that strategies predicated upon permanent networks of PAs are unlikely to succeed if these very PAs are disappearing from the landscape, PADDD presents a fundamental challenge to the prevailing conservation paradigm and highlights the need for renewed focus on the development of more resilient PAs and more robust conservation strategies.

In this seminar, Sharon Pailler and Michael Mascia of WWF will present results and analysis of CSP's pilot research and discuss its potential implications for conservation policy and practice.

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