Restoring terrestrial ecosystems in Mexico: challenges and opportunities
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Landscape restoration initiatives are receiving renewed focus in Mexico with the release of a new report, which evaluates the country’s potential to develop a national plan of action.
Discussions at a recent panel presentation at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) detailed findings of a study titled “The restoration of terrestrial ecosystems in Mexico,” which examined 75 projects undertaken in Mexico since 1979.
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