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Venturing Into Uncharted Territory: Applying Net Positive Impacts For Biodiversity In Forestry And Agriculture
For many land-use sectors, the mitigation hierarchy is an effective way to manage the possible loss of biodiversity that comes with development. However, it isn't used in several significant sectors like agriculture and forestry. That may be changing as new research finds that using the hierarchy can lead to net positive impacts for biodiversity within some of these missing sectors.   Learn MoreĽ
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Number of Banks 121 Banks
Species Credit Types 88 Types
Habitat Credit Types 51 Types
States with Banks 13 States
Land Area Protected 122,872.25 Acres
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