Biodiversity is a broad term to describe the variety of life within a single ecosystem or habitat; in all forms and interactions. It is a measure of variation at the genetic, species and ecosystem level. The health of Earth is at stake without biodiversity. It is essential for human health, well-being, economic prosperity, food safety and security among many other areas. But biodiversity is declining faster than at any other time in human history. The main reasons are changes in land use, climate change, pollution, as well as direct exploitation for example hunting and fishing.

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