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Fundacion Biodiversidad

Spain is rich in biodiversity We are lucky to live in one of the planets biodiversity hot spots and the country with the greatest biodiversity in Europe. 85,000 species, more than 50% of Europes animal species, and 80% of vascular plant species are in our territory. In addition, over 30 % of the country land area and almost 8 % of our marine territory is under the Natura 2000 Network, the largest coordinated network of protected areas in the world. It offers a haven to Europes most valuable and threatened species and habitats. We all depend on nature for food, medicines raw materials or energy. So human wellbeing is deeply dependent on biodiversity. Without ecology there is no economy. Healthy ecosystems are necessary for economic activity. Today we know that 40% of the global economy depends on biodiversity and healthy ecosystems. In addition, green economy offers important business opportunities. A benchmark in biodiversity: The mission of Fundación Biodiversidad is to help protect and conserve our natural heritage and biodiversity, taking a two-pronged approach: carrying out large conservation projects, and channelling aid and funding - much of which is European funding to develop the projects of other organisations such as NGOs, research bodies, universities, and so on. Each year the foundation collaborates in more than 300 projects.Fundación Biodiversidad was set up in 1998 to protect our natural capital and our biodiversity. Today is part of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment. Fundacion Biodiversidads permanent mission is to form part of national and international organisations that work for sustainable development. At the same time, it joins in initiatives aimed at preserving the natural, social, cultural and economic heritage of peoples. Affiliations: Countdown 2010 United Nations Global Compact Pacto Andaluz por la Dehesa (Andalusian Pact for Dehesa) Pacto Contra el Veneno (Pact Against Poisoning) Membership: IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature Spanish committee of the UICN Asociacion Española de Fundaciones (Spanish Association of Foundations) Forética Environmental policy and environmental declaration. Consultation space of the Spanish inventory of Natural Heritage and Biodiversity, so that any citizen can know it. The Biodiversity Foundation launches the Biodiversity Platform, a virtual space whose objective is to make available to citizens the official information generated by the Spanish Inventory of Natural Heritage and Biodiversity with the objective of promoting education and environmental awareness. Biodiversia incorporates a cartographic server that provides access to information from the Nature Data Bank of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, which facilitates the cartographic visualization of the official information available on the natural heritage; Ecosystems, flora and fauna, protected areas, general fire statistics, Spanish inventory of soil erosion and genetic resources. The aim of this initiative is to promote the public participation envisaged in Law 42/2007 on Natural Heritage and Biodiversity, its regulatory development and Law 27/2006, of July 18, which regulates the rights of access to information, of Public participation and access to justice in environmental matters. Consultation space of the Spanish inventory of Natural Heritage and Biodiversity, so that any citizen can know it. The Biodiversity Foundation launches the Biodiversity Platform, a virtual space whose objective is to make available to citizens the official information generated by the Spanish Inventory of Natural Heritage and Biodiversity with the objective of promoting education and environmental awareness. Biodiversia incorporates a cartographic server that provides access to information from the Nature Data Bank of the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, which facilitates the cartographic visualization of the official information available on the natural heritage; Ecosystems, flora and fauna, protected areas, general fire statistics, Spanish inventory of soil erosion and genetic resources. The aim of this initiative is to promote the public participation envisaged in Law 42/2007 on Natural Heritage and Biodiversity, its regulatory development and Law 27/2006, of July 18, which regulates the rights of access to information, of Public participation and access to justice in environmental matters.

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