Biodiversity Conservation is an important environmental issue.
Without a proper balance between all life forms and ecosystem, there will be a loss of life forms.
The existence of plants and animals in an environment can be referred to as biodiversity. Simply put the whole set of life forms that exist on this earth.
Biodiversity conservation is essential for existence and basically valuable in its own right. Biodiversity provides fundamental building blocks for many goods and services which a healthy environment provides. Other than the basic needs, it also provides us with recreational, cultural and spiritual nourishment.
Biodiversity is particularly necessary to conserve and protect all life forms from facing a threat of extinction.
Everything in nature has a role to play.
Therefore loss of any might create an imbalance in the environment.
Biodiversity plays a major role in our ecosystem such as replenishing oxygen through photosynthesis, pollination through bees, controlling flood, and soil erosion, nutrient cycling, etc.
In addition, forests play a major role in conserving biodiversity. The climatic condition of a place and the species inhabited by it are regulated by the forests.
Hence, it is important to control the economic activities that are highly inefficient and are threatening the ecological balance on earth.
Resources like forests and wildlife must be conserved at a sustainable rate by taking various approaches to save them.
Thus, it is important to understand the ecological processes like pollination, predation, seed dispersal, etc which allows for interaction between various species of animals and plants.
Biodiversity which is crucial for the well-being of life on earth is coming under threat of many factors related to human activities.
Therefore, there is an urgent need to take action to protect the magnificent biodiversity of our planet. The natural world and its survival are possible only if biodiversity is rightly conserved.
We must work together to take appropriate measures to protect our habitats and species.