Global Safety Net: A ‘blueprint’ to conserve protected areas around the world

A group of researchers have prepared the first comprehensive global-scale analysis of the terrestrial areas essential for biodiversity conservation and climate resilience. The ‘Global Safety Net’ (GSN), as it is being called, has identified 50.4 per cent of land to be conserved to reverse further biodiversity loss, prevent carbon dioxide emissions and enhance natural carbon […]

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Conserve Biodiversity and Save the Earth

Biodiversity is about animals, plants, microbes, the environment and us – human beings. It is about the biotic and abiotic components of the earth. As long as all these components coexist in harmony, the delicate balance, which ultimately makes the earth a liveable planet, would be maintained. The importance of biodiversity can be assessed based […]

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