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Biodiversity

Biological diversity refers to the abundance and variety of living things, and environments rich in species diversity are generally considered to be more productive, stable, and resilient. Research at RFF examines current threats to biodiversity, including habitat degradation and contamination threats resulting from human activities.

Invasive Species Policy and Management

Find out how economics can inform bioinvasion management.

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Biodiversity Conservation

Check our book on biodiversity conservation in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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