International Biodiversity Day
During the last fifty years, the major animal populations of the world have decreased by an average of 68% across all regions, mostly due to habitat destruction, as well as unsustainable logging and agriculture.
Today on the International Day for Biological Diversity, LYMEC calls for the EU to push for high standards on biodiversity and ecological protection in all major trade agreements and the EU Member states to work towards implementing systems for valuing ecosystem services and biodiversity.
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