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Nature conservation as a bridge to peace in the Middle East
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27 March 2017
On 27 March 2017 Cell Press reported:
Loss of biodiversity is a major challenge in today's world as is the quest for peace in regions engaged in conflict. But scientists writing in a Review published 22 March in Trends in Ecology and Evolution say that efforts to conserve natural resources present an opportunity to find common ground between communities at odds, building trust and renewed hope for peace.
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