Martin Wainstein

Martin Wainstein

Jan 25, 2024

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    About This Project

    Marine biodiversity protection credits have the potential to contribute to conserving 30% of the world's oceans through scalable financial mechanisms. This project will evaluate this potential by consolidating a scientific data methodology and test its use from biodiversity scientists wanting to score the health of ecosystems and governments quantifying potential biodiversity credits for conservation finance evaluations.

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