Protected areas: biodiversity troves and carbon sinks under one canopy?

  BOGOR, Indonesia—When biologists see a forest, they may think of the number of species it could support. When climatologists see a forest, they may think of how much carbon it could store. Rarely, alas, do those points of view meet in a policy context. But recent research conducted in the Kom-Mengamé forest of southern... Read more

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