Biodiversity is the foundation for human health, as it underpins the functioning of the ecosystems we depend on for food, fresh water, medicines, as well as disease and climate regulation.
Agrobiodiversity, and its potential to support human nutrition and good health, is a critical component of the global sustainability agenda.
A diversity of species, varieties and breeds, as well as wild sources, underpins dietary diversity, good nutrition, health and environmental sustainability.
Agrobiodiversity sustains healthy diets and livelihoods, and can provide vital sources of micronutrients, essential to good nutrition.
Interacting with microbial biodiversity in the environment, particularly in urban settings, can strengthen our immune system, supporting a healthy microbiota and boosting our resistance to disease.
Our food systems are the greatest drivers of biodiversity loss. The way we grow, process, transport, consume and waste food is leading to land degradation, and declining variety of species, including those used for food and agriculture.
Protecting biodiversity is critical to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, including those related to hunger and health.
Other than what is above I know very little about Biodiversity and Agrobiodiversity save for one thing if it fails so do we because it is about food and disappearing strains of plants that have food and medical use. It isn't just the animal world we have been destroying but the plant world as well.
I want to read more about it and see if there is anything I can do besides sharing information from their website.
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