Biodiversity

This might be the key to conservation success

Conservation efforts could be helped by better data gathering. Image: REUTERS/Thomas Mukoya

Bill Hathaway

Public Affairs Officer, Yale University

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While Mongolia conserves a relatively small area of its country (green), it manages to protect a high percentage of its species, according to the species protection index. Image: Yale

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