Mainstreaming Biodiversity: A Real Solution to the Devastation of Nature?

In 1992 the Convention on Biological Diversity was born to tackle this biodiversity depletion crisis. Since then, plans and targets have come and gone, yet no real progress has been made. On the contrary, the situation has become progressively worse year on year. Continue reading

Saving Life on Earth–Saving Biodiversity

Human Impact on Biodiversity Unaware of the consequences of its behavior, the growing human population is erasing sixty-five million of years of biodiversity recovery since the massive extinction that eliminated dinosaurs and most other species.  This is without doubt the … Continue reading