To protect ocean environments, 'good enough' might be the best long-term option
By Anastasia Quintana, Postdoctoral Research Fellow of Social, Behavioral, and Economic Sciences, University of California Santa Barbara
Alfredo Giron Nava, André Hoffmann Fellow, Stanford University
In the design of marine protected areas, new research suggests that it might be better to start small in order to gain local trust and support that leads to larger long-term benefits.
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- Wednesday, May 26, 2021