Thomas Lovejoy on Looking for Solutions in the Fight to Preserve Biodiversity

Yale Environment 360: For decades, conservation biologist Thomas Lovejoy has repeatedly warned -- sometimes in dire terms -- about the loss of biodiversity. But Lovejoy, who this week was awarded the prestigious Blue Planet Prize, remains an optimist. Thomas Lovejoy “There is no point in being unduly pessimistic, because that just guarantees all the bad things will happen,” says Lovejoy, who received the international environmental prize at the Rio+20 summit. Currently a professor at George Mason University, Lovejoy......

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