Calculating economic value of forests often overlooks biodiversity, study finds

  BOGOR, Indonesia—If you are a land-use planner in a tropical country, how do you decide whether an area should be used to grow food, conserved for its biological diversity or protected for its ecosystem services (such as erosion control or pollination)? Conventional yardsticks for measuring the value of ecosystem services miss the nuances of... Read more

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