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Numerous, small development projects that independently may not contribute to significant habitat loss, degradation, or fragmentation, may cumulatively have devastating consequences. Site-specific land use decisions would be more ecologically mindful if better informed by scientific information. Yet, to really make a difference for biodiversity, land use planners will need to begin considering their cumulative and landscape-scale impacts. Biodiversity needs to be a central component directly considered in all land use and community planning projects.
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