Biodiversity loss is driven by local, global factors and human activities, so responses are also needed at all scales. There are many ways to increase the awareness and promote the importance of biodiversity among the local people. First, one
Biodiversity is crucial to the survival of all biotic organisms on earth, as every ecosystem in every nook and cranny of the earth needs biodiversity to boost efficiency. Each species within an ecosystem, no matter how small, all have an important role to play. Humans depend on functions performed by the world’s ecosystems, because these ecosystems produce oxygen, form topsoil, prevent erosion and flood damage, produce raw materials and provide us with foods and medicines, many of which functions cannot be replaced by human technology. Different species fulfill important functions within an ecosystem. In ecosystems that have a multiplicity
How soil and water conservation helps to feed the world Hector Rios Presbyterian Pan American School The soil and water conservation is the most fundamental resource because is something very necessary for the life of everyone in the world, the conservation of the soil and water is produces like the food, feed and fiber is something essential for the human existence, in the normally the function is for has been as a medium for the plant growth, but now for the change of the climate global for that now change many things wrongs now exist insecurity now the era of the soil and water conservation have new initiatives for showing how to make conservation sustainable now the farmer are considered one potential solution for the
The benefits of biodiversity for humans Biodiversity is important for humans because it provides a large amount of food with lots of nutrition (Schuyler, L, 2015). The other benefits of biodiversity for people is it provides materials for making things, all of the plants create oxygen (Schuyler, L, 2015). Biodiversity is important for humans because it provides food. It gives us a varied amount of food and if one item is not being sold due to a shortage or if it’s not in season, there would be another option (Schuyler, L, 2015). Biodiversity is beneficial for humans because there is always something that can be eaten.
This being said it can reduce its ability to recover natural disasters or human damage.There are three levels of biodiversity that are interrelated; ecosystem, species, genetic. Ecosystem diversity is the variety of ecosystems within a region(e.g. forests, deserts, coral reefs and lakes.) This is needed for a healthy Earth because it supports all forms of life; water and air filtration, healthy soil, and control pests. Destruction leads to
Conservation and sustainable utilization of agro-biodiversity play vital roles to support poverty alleviation, ensure food security and enhance livelihood measures. On-farm conservation of agricultural biodiversity deals with conservation, use and management of genetic variation in farmers' fields that supports continuity of the dynamic evolutionary processes of genetic resources and ecological services, provides indigenous communities with ownership of and access to genetic resources and delivers options for improving livelihood measures specifically to resource-poor farmers. Introduction Agro- biodiversity is a component of biodiversity which is the combination of life forms and their interactions with one another and with the physical environment which has made the earth habitable for humans. Plant genetic resources for food and agriculture (PGRFA) are the back bone of global food security. They comprise diversity of genetic material available in traditional varieties, modern cultivars, crop wild relatives and other wild species.
The life on earth, such as plants, animals, forests, the bodies of water and many others should be taken to importance because it is necessary in the lives of the people and especially to the world. Biodiversity includes the animals, the environment, the plants and microorganisms. Biodiversity is important because of the fact that it boosts ecosystem productivity (Shah, 2008, para 5). Meaning, without biodiversity, the life on earth would not function properly for the reason that the different organisms would have no sources of food, shelter, and many other resources these organisms need. Also, different species depend on another set of species in order for them to live.
“Everyone has the right to an environment that is not harmful to their health or well-being.” (Section 24 of the constitution enshrines the right to- the Environment, 2017) WWF has long term goals that they would like to achieve, one being that they would like to stop harmful or incorrect fishing practices, steadily decrease the over-harvesting of marine species and protect marine ecosystems, it will take time however there will be a slow but steady decline to these marine issues, as long as WWF brands and markets themselves correctly, the initiative will gain more awareness and will eventually be very successful. WWF is a world renowned environmental organisation that has contributed a lot of time and effort into making a difference in our world, WWF is an inspiring organisation with accurate data and information, this helps serve as a philosophical foundation for my