Preserving biodiversity

The health and proper functioning of the planet we live on are sustained by biodiversity.

It can be defined as "the biological variability between all living plants and animals of the earth, as a result of the evolution processes" and consists of three levels of biological "diversity": genetic diversity, species diversity, and ecosystem diversity.

Biodiversity is therefore to all intents and purposes an important resource that simply does not coincide with "a large number of species", animals or plants, but is identified in a complex balance of ecosystems rich in species, in equilibrium with each other and with a sufficient genetic diversity. This complex of "variabilities" is a large and incredible dynamic system that ensures the overall functioning of the "Earth system".