The loss of biodiversity means the loss of the plurality of life at all levels, such as the diversity of animal and plant species, genetic diversity, and the diversity of habitats and ecosystems.
An element of great importance
In the last century, we humans have underestimated its importance and its richness. We have believed that nature is at our service and that we can do with it what we want. An erroneous belief that has had its consequences and that we can reverse thanks to much more sustainable practices. The United Nations assures that, if we continue on this path, the loss of biodiversity will have serious consequences for humanity, including the collapse of food and health systems.
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