Risk Analysis for Movements of Live Aquatic Animals

The YOUTH GUIDE to
BIODIVERSITY

 

Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA)
Learning and action series





Publication coordinated by:
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
and
Convention of Biological Diversity (CBD)

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Table of Contents


 Aknowledgements
 Preface

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1. What is biodiversity?    [1.3Mb]
   
2. Who are people affecting biodiversity?    [1 Mb]
   
3. Genes and genetic diversity    [2Mb]
   
4. Species: the cornerstone of biodivesity    [1.2Mb]
   
5. Ecosystems and ecosystem services
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6. Terrestrial biodiversity - land ahoy!
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7. Freshwater biodiversity
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8. The riches of the seas    [1.3Mb]
   
9. In farmers’ fields: biodiversity and agriculture
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10. Biodiversity conservation and sustainable development
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11. Biodiversity and people    [1.7Mb]
   
12. Biodiversity and actions for change    [3 Mb]
   
13. Biodiversity and you    [2.8Mb]
   
Annexes
Glossaries
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