A STRATEGIC GLOBAL APPROACH TO PROTECTING BIODIVERSITY
WildArk is working with global leaders in conservation science from the University of Queensland, Oxford University, Macquarie University, and The Nature Conservancy to develop a robust strategy that helps prioritise our conservation efforts across the globe. For the first time, charismatic flagship species and the places they live have been integrated into a prioritisation process that maximizes global benefits to biodiversity. The result is a diverse collection of 100 threatened species, “the WildArk 100”, which can serve as ambassadors of their unique ecosystems and 50 sites spread throughout the priority terrestrial ecoregions that are in need of conservation action. These species and places form the basis of our global vision to protect, inspire and act for our wild places.
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