Avoiding bio-perversity from carbon sequestration solutions
The development of a new carbon economy has the potential to offer win-win outcomes for environments and economies. Large-scale tree plantations are expected to play a major role in carbon economies but could have negative ecological and economic consequences when key environmental values such as biodiversity conservation are not considered. We discuss three potential "bio-perversities"-negative outcomes for biodiversity-that could result from inappropriate plantation tree programs aimed solely...[Show more]
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