Key principles of ecoregion conservation: planning and implementing conservation on the scale at which natural ecosystems operate; articulating a 50-year biodiversity vision that conserves the full range of species, natural habitats, and ecological processes characteristic of an ecoregion over the long term; and providing a geographical/ecological flagship for developing a sense of stewardship.
Conservation of ecosystems and biodiversity are closely linked to human well-being and development. It requires that we look at biological, social, economic, and political dimensions of an entire ecoregion in order to develop a comprehensive strategy for conservation of biodiversity. WWF tries to enlist governments, corporations, and civil society to accomplish our shared objectives.
Learn more about ecoregion conservation.
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