Report Calls for More Adaptive Conservation Management
February 27, 2012 | Publication | Conservation & Sustainable Development
Blue Ventures, Magagascar

In a MacArthur-supported report, the Environmental Law Institute notes an inability on the part of nature system managers to adjust to the threats posed to biodiversity by climate change.  Strategic Options for Adopting Biodiversity Management to Climate Change urges policymakers and resource managers to employ adaptive management, a “learn-by-doing” practice consisting of continuous monitoring and reassessment.  To aid biodiversity managers, the Institute also released a detailed resource manual on how laws and regulations might aid adaptive management practices.

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