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Defying Extinction Partnerships to Safeguard Global Biodiversity

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Edited By: Lisa Fitzpatrick
138 pages, colour photos
Defying Extinction
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  • Defying Extinction ISBN: 9780984168651 Hardback Dec 2010 Out of Print #197227
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This publication highlights some of the most threatened pieces of the fabric of biodiversity, specifically individual species at risk. Through stories of the Global Environment Facility's (GEF) efforts to preserve diversity across the globe, from Romania's Maramures Nature Park to the Paraguayan Wildlands, this book illustrates how far we have come, the successes we have enjoyed--and highlights what will be required of us in the future.

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Art / Photobook Out of Print
Edited By: Lisa Fitzpatrick
138 pages, colour photos
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