Promoting biodiversity through the preservation and restoration of natural habitats is at the heart of what we do at the RIESTER Foundation.
In a recent article David DeFranza outlines six problems caused by a loss of biodiversity. They are:
1. Economic Cost of Lost Biodiversity
2. Reduced Food Security
3. Increased Contact With Disease
4. More Unpredictable Weather
5. Loss of Livelihoods
6. Losing Sight of “Nature”
For more read DeFranza’s full piece.