BIODIVERSITY It is all connected
Everything we have explored and learned during the last ten years is interconnected with Biodiversity. The forest, the food chain, the ocean, endangered species and human activity such as biomimetics are essential pieces of the planet’s balance and biodiversity.
Managed systems such as plantations, farms, farmland, aquaculture sites, grasslands, or even urban parks and urban ecosystems have their own biodiversity. Given that cultivated systems now only represent more than 24% of the Earth’s land surface, it is essential that any decision on biodiversity involves us all.