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Scientists’ global “safety net” map aims to mark most important terrestrial areas left to protect

A team of biologists and computer scientists plan to map a global “safety net” for Planet Earth.

The mapping effort, to be led by Washington, D.C.-based non-profit research organization RESOLVE together with Globaïa, an NGO based in Quebec, Canada, and Brazil’s Universidade Federal de Viçosa, aims to identify the most critical terrestrial regions to protect as we work towards the goal of conserving 50 percent of the world’s land area.


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