CSIRO study looks at ways to improve biodiversity
Benalla Ensign, Other, 27/01/2021, Rodney Woods
Feeding a hungry world has put increasing pressure on our lands and the native plants and animals that rely on them, and a new study has acknowledged the rapid decline in terrestrial biodiversity and looks at seven ways to reverse the declining biodiversity trends. One of the study’s authors, Dr Mario Herrero from the CSIRO, said the paper confirmed that terrestrial biodiversity was decreasing rapidly as a result of human pressures, largely through habitat loss and degradation due to the conversion of natural habitats to agriculture and forestry.
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