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USAID Biodiversity and Development Research Agenda

USAID Biodiversity and Development Research Agenda
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Contributors: USAID

To help build the evidence base for biodiversity conservation and integrated programming, the Agency sets this research agenda to define and prioritize the most critical research needed in the area of biodiversity conservation in support of USAID’s conservation and development objectives. Execution of research under this Biodiversity and Development Research Agenda (BDRA) is a critical step in implementing USAID’s Biodiversity Policy and its two main goals: (1) conserving biodiversity in priority places, and (2) integrating biodiversity as an essential component of human development.

Author(s): USAID

Publication Date: 2015

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