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Kellee Koenig Jun 19
Replying to @KelleeKoenig
This one's not as complicated; just 😢 and closer to home.
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Frédérique Fardin Jan 11
It's Friday 🎉! A good day for a w/ met at who just gave a great talk about : Protected Area Downgrading Downsizing and Degazettement at . Good to learn more about this emerging topic before diving into the weekend 🏊‍♀️
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Carly Cook May 30
Check out our new paper in Science today that documents the shocking global scale of changes that undermine or remove protected areas.
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Siyu Qin May 31
After all, more research, improved transparency, and public awareness can all help address (i.e. better governing PADDD and limiting negative impacts).
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Outback.eco Jun 2
Australia cuts nature protections: study HT Via
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Dr. Rachel Golden Kroner Jun 1
Replying to @RachGolden
In Australia, there have been more than 1500 changes to weaken, reduce, or eliminate protections of nature reserves (11/)
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Noelle Kumpel 27 Feb 18
The good, the bad and the ugly: coverage close to #2020 target, but substantial losses due to (downgrading, downsizing and degazettement); regional patterns and key cause...
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ESP Graduate Student Association GMU Jun 18
A WELL earned congrats goes out to Dr on her successful dissertation defense AND her new publication in Keep up the terrific work Rachel!!
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Bob Smith 5 Apr 18
Teaching my Managing Protected Area module to the MSc students. Their notes have produced a possible new logo for et al
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Jonas Geldmann 27 Feb 18
. global overview of events. All together 3000+ events, primarily in the last decades
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Dr. Rachel Golden Kroner Jun 17
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Rowan Braybrook Nov 29
As the conservation community forges a “New Deal for Nature” for 2020 and beyond, we have the opportunity to build on global growth of the world’s protected areas — and ensure that hard-won gains for conservation are not lost.
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Jorge Ahumada Nov 29
Protected areas are not as permanent as we think. Great piece by Rachel Golden
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Richard McLellan 🏞 May 30
Australia’s nature reserves being opened up for business use, global study finds HT
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Kellee Koenig Jun 19
Congrats to the new Dr. ! I made this GIF of your research while watching your dissertation defense yesterday—truly one of the more complicated examples of PADDD.
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Jennifer McGowan 27 Feb 18
highlights that poor management enables Protected Area downgrading, downsizing and degazettment
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Errin Saunders May 31
Protected areas are considered the cornerstone of conservation, but they are being scaled back around the world 😯 ! New study in shows changes in 73 countries, highlights the US and Brazil.
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PADDDtracker.org Jun 3
Replying to @PADDDtracker
At a global scale, all events display as points. Zoom in to view data as polygons (for which we have polygon data): (9/)
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Simon Linke 🎤🐠 Apr 23
First PhD paper for Tshering Dorji in ! 🎉 Detailed case study of protected area dynamism reveals that global databases can underestimate events. Hydropower one of the key causes of in Bhutan. Thanks WWF for introducing the team!😀
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Emma Muench 27 Feb 18
are: • Widespread, patchy and episodic • Occur in areas of high biodiversity importance • Have diverse causes risks and impacts • A historic and contemporary phenomenon Insights from at .
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