biodiversity loss as integral part of human societies
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- Ten things that should be self-evident
In whatever way you define biodiversity, humans are part of it. Humans obtain services from ecosystems to survive, make a profit, or increase their own well-being. In doing so, little effort is made to ensure long-term (inter-generational) ...
Forum topic - Kalense - Apr 20 2010 - 8:09am - 8 comments
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