What is the conservation hierarchy

Differentiated pathways

The Conservation Hierarchy can also allow for differentiated pathways towards an apex goal, based on broader priorities and context.

For example, according to differences in natural and financial resources:

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Different pathways will also have different risks and uncertainties in terms of biodiversity outcomes:

(Adapted from Bull et al. (2019) Internal report on the Conservation Hierarchy for Kering, S.A.)

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