Created on May 28, 2023
we often see
HEALTHY Habibat loss
- Pollution: Loss of clean habitats can lead to increased pollution levels, harming the environment and affecting the health of species.
- Declining water quality: Loss of clean habitats can result in deteriorating water quality, affecting aquatic ecosystems and the organisms that depend on them.
- Soil degradation: The loss of clean habitats can contribute to soil degradation, impacting agriculture, nutrient cycling, and the overall health of ecosystems.
- Air pollution: When clean habitats are lost, the surrounding air quality can deteriorate, leading to respiratory problems for both humans and wildlife.
Our greates allies
- Species loss refers to the decline in the number of species caused by factors like habitat destruction, climate change, and overexploitation.
- Genetic diversity is the variation of genes within a species, enabling resilience and adaptability to environmental changes.
- Insects are essential for pollination, decomposition, and nutrient cycling. Their decline, attributed to habitat loss, pesticides, and pollution, can disrupt ecosystems and affect food chains.
70% impollination 30% global food production
threatened with extinction