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Article: What if the scientific community stopped being kind?

Updated: Feb 13, 2019


The newspaper Le Mauricien wrote an article following the call for more radical solutions in conservation science published by colleague Vincent Florens (University of Mauritius) and Christian in a Science letter. This news article, while quoting our observations and recommendations, went further and described in a very accurate and insightful way the current challenges that our discipline faces.


Referenced paper:

Florens F.B.V. and Vincenot C.E. 2018. Broader Conservation Strategies Needed. Science 362(6413):409.

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