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Interview: Restoration actions can promote bat conservation and fruit production

Christian gave an interview to L'Express on May 1st, 2020, to comment on recent results demonstrating that experimental restoration actions, aimed at getting rid of exotic plant species, showed striking positive effects on local ecosystems and the economy. Such measures prove that bats conservation can really be achieved at the same time as increased fruit production and economic gains!




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The Island Bat Research Group (IBRG) is an international multi-disciplinary unit. It has been involved for several years in the research and conservation of endangered insular bats in Japan and other island countries.

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