Peter Kullberg

Peter Kullberg
Finnish Environment Institute | ymparisto · Biodiversity Centre

MSc, MEd

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Using spatial prioritization, we identify priority areas for the expansion of the global protected area network. We identify a set of unprotected key biodiversity areas (KBAs) that would efficiently complement the current protected area network in terms of coverage of ranges of terrestrial vertebrates. We show that protecting a small fraction (0.36...
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Complementarity and cost-efficiency are widely used principles for protected area network design. Despite the wide use and robust theoretical underpinnings, their effects on the performance and patterns of priority areas are rarely studied in detail. Here we compare two approaches for identifying the management priority areas inside the global prot...
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Protected areas are one of the main tools for halting the continuing global biodiversity crisis caused by habitat loss, fragmentation and other anthropogenic pressures. According to the Aichi Biodiversity Target 11 adopted by the Convention on Biological Diversity, the protected area network should be expanded to at least 17% of the terrestrial wor...
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In the tenth Conference of Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) held in Nagoya in 2010, it was decided that 17% of terrestrial and 10% of marine areas should be protected globally by 2020. It was also stated that conservation decision-making should be based on sound science. Here, we review how recent scientific literature about...

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The Habitat Bank is an umbrella project analysing and developing the principles of ecological compensation, and piloting compensations in practice. We aim to provide science-based understanding and guidelines for a new market-based mechanism for biodiversity conservation, to complement the existing policy instrument mix.
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EKOTEKO research project studies the feasibility of ecological compensations in Finland in collaboration with business and administration. The Kone Foundation finances the project.
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Global targets require the identification of priority areas for conservation at multiple scales, from global to local. Here, we present work that was carried out to identify priority areas for conservation actions using the software Zonation.