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Conservation biology, ideology and the dangers of censorship

| | August 22, 2017
biodiversity
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If conservation science is in service to an agenda, then it seems inevitable that research would at times be viewed through a political or ideological prism. The Nature reviewer’s politically minded comments [to a paper submitted to the science journal by Canadian ecologist Mark Vellend] provide a case in point.

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