Threats to Biodiversity

Biodiversity is under serious threat as a result of human activities. The main dangers worldwide are population growth and resource consumption, climate change and global warming, habitat conversion and urbanisation, invasive alien species, over-exploitation of natural resources and environmental degradation. Species often become threatened or disappear when several of these factors are combined. The fragmentation of habitats decreases the size of populations and makes these more vulnerable to other factors.

 

 

  • Invasive Species
  • Over-Exploitation
  • Deforestation and Habitat Loss
  • Climate change
  • Pollution

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