US President Barack Obama's presidential memorandum on mitigation emphasized the private sector role in delivering a net benefit to the environment at a landscape level. But achieving landscape-scale benefits for species means more than increasing total habitat area, says ecological economist Douglas J. Bruggeman. Here, he discusses ways in which the memo may alter species markets.
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