Space for Nature?

 
This survey by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL - a scientific conservation charity) aims to find out how much of the Earth the general public thinks should be protected for wild species (plants and animals) and their habitats.

The results will be presented before the next conference of the world's leaders and decision makers, who will be meeting to discuss global environmental issues at the Rio +20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development in 2012.

Your answers will help ZSL show what the general public thinks we should be protecting for wild plants and animals.

Help define the future world you want to live in.
1. How much of the Earth's land surface should we protect for wild species and their habitats (for example managing land as national parks or dedicated conservation areas)?
2. How much of the Earth's ocean should we protect for wild species and their habitats (for example closing areas of the ocean to commercial exploitation)?
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