|Extra Years of Disease-Free Life|
|Maintained 4 of 5 Healthy Habits||Did Not Maintain any of the Healthy Habits||Difference|
|Women (50 years old at start of study)||34.4||23.7||+10.7|
|Men (50 years old at start of study)||31.1||23.5||+7.6|
Letter from the President, Andrew Rowan (August 2020)
|State||Average # Large Wildlife Killed daily from 2015-2019||Average # Large Wildlife Killed daily in 2020 post-stay home orders||% Reduction in 2020|
Companion Animals in a Time of COVID-19
LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT, ANDREW ROWAN, JUNE 2020
Conservation Program Officer, Center for Large Landscape Conservation
The Guidelines define the spaces meant to maintain, enhance, and restore connectivity; summarize best-available science; and recommend ways to formalize designated ecological corridors and networks with these messages.
- Science overwhelmingly shows that interconnected systems of protected and conserved areas are necessary for species and natural processes to persist in the face of climate change;
- Communities and countries around the world are working to protect ecological connectivity, and more consistent global practices can advance legislation, policy, and action;
- A coherent global approach to connectivity conservation allows for measuring, monitoring, and assessing the effectiveness of efforts to enhance biodiversity conservation.