Episode 71: Can you count the impact of FSC on biodiversity? Featuring Joeri A. Zwerts, Assistant professor at Ecology and Biodiversity, Utrecht University

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Worm, Loa Dalgaard
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impact, wildlife, monitoring, research, Nature Magazine, forest elephants, Cameroon, Gabon, Congo, Tropical forests, biodiversity, protection
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This episode delves into the tangible impact of FSC on wildlife and biodiversity. We explore the proven benefits and the methodologies used to measure them.

Join us as we discuss a groundbreaking study recently published in Nature Magazine. This research, the largest of its kind, assesses the effect of FSC certification on tropical forests.

Our guest, Joeri A. Zwerts from the University of Utrecht, shares insights from his five-year study conducted in Congo, Cameroon, and Gabon. He tested FSC's core promise: to protect biodiversity and wildlife. Learn about the challenges he faced and the significant findings on FSC's real impact on the ground.

Tune in to understand how conservation efforts translate into measurable results in the forests.

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