A Financial Revenue Tool for Conserving Natural Areas, Watersheds, and Community Resilience. Written by Briony Penn based on LTABCвЂ™s two prior research reports on protecting and valuing Living Carbon.
Why conserve natural areas?
Besides the traditional reasons for the conservation of natural areas, it is also recognized as a critical strategy for reducing impacts from climate change. The world's leading scientists recommend that we make it a top priority to conserve and restore forests and other carbon-rich ecosystems to both mitigate and adapt to climate change.