Climate Curriculum

Climate Change: Land Use And Re-Wilding Britain

Biodiversity describes all the genes, species and populations of plants, animals, fungi, bacteria and other organisms in any given area.

What’s the Problem?

Biodiversity describes all the genes, species and populations of plants, animals, fungi, bacteria and other organisms in any given area. The more species and genetic diversity, the higher the biodiversity; without biodiverse ecosystems human civilisations would not last. The threats to agriculture and our food security from climate change and biodiversity loss are intertwined. 

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