The State of Colorado's Biodiversity
- Biodiversity status (size, quality and landscape integrity)
- Threat status (both current and potential future impacts)
- Protection status
Plants, animals, and ecological systems can only be considered effectively conserved when their biodiversity status is viable, threats have been abated, and land management/ protection is sufficient to ensure the long-term persistence of the element.
Coming soon: Building on our scorecard prototype, we are now working with partners in Utah to create an Environmental Dashboard for the Central Wasatch. Check back for updates in early 2018!