It seems that the mindset of my friends roughly reflects the views of youth worldwide. From Nepal to the United States, young people are increasingly mindful of how their behavior impacts the planet.
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“We children want to talk about forests, monkeys and mosquitoes,” began Felix Finkbeiner, a 10-year-old who moved the adults attending a recent UN event that formally launched the International Year of the Forests.
There’s no denying the importance of biodiversity. When scientists, NGOs, policymakers and others try to convince everyone to protect biodiversity, they remind us of how we depend on it for livelihoods, medicines, soil protection and all kinds of other things, big and small.