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Many of the world’s ecosystems and areas of high biodiversity under threat are also home to rural communities and indigenous peoples whose livelihoods and cultures are closely dependant on the natural environment. As such, much of the success of our work depends on the degree to which conservation contributes not only to the maintenance and preservation of biodiversity and ecosystems but also to equitable and sustainable development for the well-being of the people that rely on them.

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