Biodiversity

Biodiversity
Biodiversity

When worlds collide

Preserving biodiversity through harmony of people and nature in our ecosystems

Each species plays a distinct ecological role within its habitat. If a species is significantly reduced, it can have far-reaching negative impacts on other species and the entire ecosystem. The primary causes of this trend include changes in land use, exploitation of resources (such as poaching), climate change, environmental pollution, and invasive species. Thus, the loss of biodiversity is often man-made.
Simultaneously, this presents an opportunity: Sustainable solutions are most effective when local communities are actively involved as partners in the development of conservation efforts. For the preservation of biodiversity, concepts are essential, that align with the needs of the local population. This includes nature reserves, measures to combat overexploitation and poaching, restoration programs and creating alternative sources of income.