A widely touted co-benefit of forest carbon and other nature-based climate solutions is their potential to enhance wildlife habitat, thus improving biodiversity in the landscapes impacted. The reality is more nuanced. Different wildlife thrives in different habitat types, and any change in land management will help some species while potentially harming others. Truly knowing we are creating the ecosystem changes we want requires the clarity that only data and measurements can bring. Learn how measuring these co-benefits can go beyond a checkbox exercise to a metrics-driven approach that delivers the outcomes our planet needs for biodiversity.
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