Why saving Biodiversity is key to preventing another global outbreak.

Biodiversity and COVID-19

To really understand the extent of the coronavirus, we must explore how infectious disease outbreaks, trade consumption and degraded ecosystems resulting in biodiversity loss are interlinked.

Biodiversity hotspots, as defined by Science Daily, are the 25 biologically robust areas in the world…

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Journalist, Organizer, Creative https://www.irissblossoming.com/-Twitter@IrisMCrawford IG@Iris.m_crawford

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