Carleton Researchers Find Half of Budgets for Species Conservation is Used for Monitoring, Not Protecting

Researchers from Carleton University and Environment and Climate Change Canada studied recovery plans for more than 2,000 endangered species across the United States, New Zealand and New South Wales, Australia.

“Threatened species need fast action to avoid extinction and, as a researcher, discovering how few of our precious resources are being budgeted for action has been a wake-up call,” said Carleton’s Rachel Buxton.

“As scientists, we love to collect data,” said Joseph Bennett, “But it is more important to protect species from extinction. We want to make sure we are being wise with our resources…” Read More.

Related Article with Radio Canada International, “Study Raises Questions About Allocation of Funds to Save Endangered Species”

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