The movement of species and the flow of ecological processes are being interrupted by human development. Natural areas are losing vital connections once used by wildlife to migrate, disperse, mate, feed, and thrive. The Center for Large Landscape Conservation (CLLC) fosters networks of communities and institutions to identify the threats to ecological connectivity and prioritize science, policy, and management actions across terrestrial, freshwater, and marine environments.
Fairbank, Elizabeth and Laur, Aaron
"Corridors & Crossings: Advancing Connectivity Conservation,"
WellBeing News: Vol. 1
, Article 2.
Available at: https://www.wellbeingintlstudiesrepository.org/wbn/vol1/iss4/2