A Financial Revenue Tool for Conserving Natural Areas, Watersheds, and Community Resilience. Written by Briony Penn based on LTABC’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.