New paper: Sociopolitical drivers and environmental outcomes of protected area downgrading and degazettement in Cambodia

New publication by Inspire4Nature fellow Scott Ford sheds light on the ongoing downgrading, downsizing, and degazettement of Protected Areas in Cambodia. Associated with large-scale concessions, these events are already resulting in increasing levels of deforestation, with likely impacts of species only found in this region.

Ford, S.A. Persson, J., Jepsen, M.R., Mertz O. (2022) Sociopolitical drivers and environmental outcomes of protected-area downgrading and degazettement in Cambodia. Regional Environmental Change 22, 114. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10113-022-01968-2Open Access Repository

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New book: Threatened Freshwater Fishes of the Mediterranean Basin Biodiversity Hotspot: Distribution, extinction risk and the impact of hydropower

Inspire4Nature scientists Matt Ford and Jörg Freyhof are co-authors of a book entitled Threatened Freshwater Fishes of the Mediterranean Basin Biodiversity Hotspot: Distribution, extinction risk and the impact of hydropower.

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