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Wind farms and wolf conservation in Portugal: an innovative compensation scheme

Several renewable energy companies in Portugal have united to create the Iberian Wolf Habitat Conservation Association (ACHLI), which aims at putting in practice conservation activities that compensate for the environmental impact of wind parks.

If you want to know more about the link between wolves and wind farms, click here (only for members)

 

Photo credits: ACHLI

 

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5 April 2019

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