Environment Biodiversity
Environment_Biodiversity_02_.jpg Biodiversity is particularly important for creating sustainability because of the specialized roles each species plays in maintaining ecological balance. Communities can promote healthy wildlife by supporting integrative approaches for managing, protecting, and enhancing wildlife populations and habitats appropriate to their area. Some examples are given here.
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11 National Biodiversity Planning: Guidelines Based on Early Experiences Around the World
12 National Library for the Environment
13 Native Plant Database
14 Native Plants Help Sustain Birds and Beneficial Insects
15 New Guinea - Over 1000 New Species Found
16 Plant an Old Garden Rose for Earth Day
17 Seed Savers Exchange
18 Sustainability at Phipps Conservatory
19 The Diversity of Life
20 The Nature Conservancy (TNC)
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