Biodiversity refers to the variety of life in the world or in a particular habitat or ecosystem. It is necessary for life to thrive on Earth.
Aldo Leopold, one of the great thinkers of conservation, observed more than half a century ago the importance of protecting species. "To keep every cog and wheel is the first precaution of intelligent tinkering," he wrote. Losing species is like throwing away one by one the engine parts of an airplane while flying.
Biodiversity is a major initiative of Conservation International.
Biodiversity conservation provides substantial benefits to meet immediate human needs, such as those for clean, consistent water flows; protection from floods and storms; and a stable climate.
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Creating National Parks - The Essentials by Doug Tompkins
|ICCFoundation — December 03, 2007 Conservation of Biodiversity, overcoming political opposition for freedom of the wilderness. Patagonia Land Trust, Conservacion Patagonica, an organization working to conserve critical lands in southern Chile and Argentina has established two national parks under the stewardship of Kris and Doug Tompkins.
Biodiversity and Global Change by Katrin Boehning-Gaese
Mangrove Restoration Project in Asia
Queen of the Sun: What are Bees Telling Us?
The Call of the Pika
One Earth: Integrating Climate Action & Biodiversity Conservation into a Blueprint
Tracking Global Biodiversity by Ben Collen
Climate Change and Biodiversity of the Mediteranean sea by Jean-Pierre Quignard:
Why biodiversity matters | The Circular Economy Show
Greenpeace: 6 steps to protect forests and biodiversity
United Nations Decade on Biodiversity - Interactive webcast
Music Made with Bees
Economics for a thriving planet | RSA Events
Bird Versus Wind Turbines by New York Times
Biodiversity Conservation by Thomas Lovejoy
Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret by Kip Anderson
Polar Bears Drowing in Arctic (PSA 2014)
About The Leopold Education Project (LEP)