The demands of a growing global population with rapidly changing consumption patterns for food, mobility, and energy are exerting ever-increasing pressure on the Earth’s ecosystems and their life-supporting services (European Environment Agency, 2015). Population growth, demand for food, and climate change are expected to create significant stress on the already limited resources, and therefore, this calls for a balance between development and the environment. Deforestation, wetlands destruction, human-wildlife conflicts, among other systems, are threatened by depletion and loss of biodiversity. The conservation of forest and coastal wetlands for infrastructural developments is the new normal, with less concern for alternatives on the same.