Lessons from Panda Conservation Could Help Asia’s Other, Overlooked, Bears

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Takeaways:

  • Pandas conservation efforts are largely due to the public attention they have gotten over the years which have led to significant funding to help protect them.
  • Pandas are the mascot of the World Wildlife Foundation, they build diplomatic relationships between China and the world, and in turn China spends approximately $255 million on protecting them.
  • If there’s one thing that the panda’s conservation success shows, it’s that if there’s a will to save a species, and enough resources, conservation is possible, and while this model cannot be completely replicated for other species there are a lot of takeaways from these tactics.

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