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Forest scholars worldwide team up to show that biodiversity is green in more ways than one

(University of Minnesota) Loss of biodiversity has long been recognized as detrimental for nature, for nature's sake. Now a team of scholars from 90 institutions in 44 countries show that it also provides enormous economic benefits.
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