How do we ensure that we can save species and biodiversity in a time of rapid climate and other transformative change?

That’s the question this new research paper, co-authored by the Luc Hoffmann Institute’s Carina Wyborn, asks, coming up with an approach to future-oriented conservation.

Key themes of the paper include governance, knowledge, uncertainty, trade-offs and learning, with a focus on conservation needing to understand and engage with the politics that shape values, rules and knowledge.