Applied science facilitates the large-scale expansion of protected areas in an Amazonian hot spot

Nigel C.A. Pitman, Corine F. Vriesendorp, Diana Alvira Reyes, Debra K. Moskovits, Nicholas Kotlinski, Richard C. Smith, Michelle E. Thompson, Alaka Wali, Margarita Benavides Matarazzo, Álvaro Del Campo, Dani E. Rivera González, Lelis Rivera Chávez, Amy D. Rosenthal, José Álvarez Alonso, María Elena Díaz Ñaupari, Lesley S. De Souza, Freddy R. Ferreyra Vela, Cristian Ney Gonzales Tanchiva, Christopher C. Jarrett, Ana A. LemosAna Rosa Sáenz Rodríguez, Douglas F. Stotz, Tomomi Suwa, Mario Pariona Fonseca, Ashwin Ravikumar, Teofilo Torres Tuesta, Adriana Bravo, Alessandro Catenazzi, Juan Díaz Alván, Giussepe Gagliardi-Urrutia, Roosevelt García-Villacorta, Max H. Hidalgo, Tony Mori Vargas, Jonh J. Mueses-Cisneros, Gabriela Núñez-Iturri, Tatiana Pequeño, Marcos A. Ríos Paredes, Lily O. Rodríguez, Robert F. Stallard, Luis A. Torres Montenegro, Pablo J. Venegas, Rudolf Von May, Nélida Barbagelata Ramírez, Javier A. Maldonado Ocampo, Italo Mesones Acuy

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Meeting international commitments to protect 17% of terrestrial ecosystems worldwide will require >3 million square kilometers of new protected areas and strategies to create those areas in a way that respects local communities and land use. In 2000–2016, biological and social scientists worked to increase the protected proportion of Peru’s largest department via 14 interdisciplinary inventories covering >9 million hectares of this megadiverse corner of the Amazon basin. In each landscape, the strategy was the same: convene diverse partners, identify biological and sociocultural assets, document residents’ use of natural resources, and tailor the findings to the needs of decision-makers. Nine of the 14 landscapes have since been protected (5.7 million hectares of new protected areas), contributing to a quadrupling of conservation coverage in Loreto (from 6 to 23%). We outline the methods and enabling conditions most crucial for successfully applying similar campaigns elsewhere on Earth.

Idioma originalInglés
Número de artículoeabe2998
PublicaciónScience advances
Volumen7
N.º31
DOI
EstadoPublicada - jul 2021

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