Biodiversity agreements: An upper limit for the extinction of the species

over and Out: Estimated every 15 minutes, a fungus, a Plant or an animal, never to return to this earth disappears. They carry birch name as the lake of Constan

Biodiversity agreements: An upper limit for the extinction of the species

over and Out: Estimated every 15 minutes, a fungus, a Plant or an animal, never to return to this earth disappears. They carry birch name as the lake of Constance-Presenring, passenger pigeon, Barbary lion, harlequin frog, and Szaferi -. Many species are disappearing without a name, because the researchers lose the race and the species can not describe, as quickly as they disappear. The biological diversity of the earth is essential.

it is not a small stuff, without the great life they could. Nevertheless, all Attempts to stop the extinction of species that are failed. Also in 2010, in Aichi, Japan adopted a ten-year plan for the conservation of biological diversity is a failure. Of the twenty at the time, formulated goals, only four are on a good path. Many goals are more likely to be moved further into the distance. Mark Rounsevell at the Karlsruhe Institute of technology and his colleagues therefore demand a strong political Signal for the ongoing renegotiations of the global biodiversity agreement.

you want the community of States sets: Up to the end of this century, a maximum of twenty species per year may become extinct. A Signal, such as the Two-degree target in climate protection. Twenty extinct species per year would still be ten times the natural dying of the species, but this number would be far below the previous values. Rounsevell wants attention with this clear, easy-to-place and measurable goal is more public and political. You can help this number really? For the protection of the diversity, the sustainable use of resources, and the fair participation of indigenous peoples to their use in the protection of species. In addition, you can only protect what you know. So far, only ten to twenty percent of the existing species have been described at all.

Updated Date: 09 July 2020, 11:19

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