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Second Nature: Improving Transportation Without Putting Nature Second

Because both mobility and biodiversity are national priorities, it is necessary to understand how they interact. Until recently, our understanding of how nature degrades roads far outweighed our understanding of how roads degrade nature. Mobility does not have to come at the expense of biodiversity. Second Nature: Improving Transportation Without Putting Nature Second profiles innovative programs that seek to improve transportation infrastructure while protecting biodiversity. Because both mobility and biodiversity are national priorities, it is necessary to understand how they interact. Until recently, our understanding of how nature degrades roads far outweighed our understanding of how roads degrade nature. Mobility does not have to come at the expense of biodiversity. Second Nature: Improving Transportation Without Putting Nature Second profiles innovative programs that seek to improve transportation infrastructure while protecting biodiversity.

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