Why Biodiversity is Good for your Health

‘Ecosystem services’ is a phrase readily used when discussing conservation measures. It refers to the benefits that we receive from the natural world such as carbon sequestration, nutrient cycling,…

Source: mresbec.wordpress.com

GR:  This article argues that declining wildlife diversity favors disease prone species and more frequent contact of these species with humans.  There is some supporting evidence, but we need much more work on the issue.

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