How Might Habitat Loss/Change Create New Opportunities for Some Species as Well?
The majority of international and national policies aiming to preserve biodiversity also now include recommendations or incentives for curbing habitat loss. Since habitat loss is often caused by the confluence of several drivers, methods to stabilize or reduce problems can take on a variety of forms, including instituting local policies, skills training, economic penalties, and the establishment of protected areas.
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