Biodiversity, abbreviated from the terms 'biological' and 'diversity', encompasses the variety of lifeforms found at all scales of biological organisation, ranging from genes to species to ecosystems. The greatest biodiversity is found in the tropical regions of the world, particularly among tropical rainforests and coral reefs. Biodiversity is increased by genetic change and evolutionary processes and reduced by habitat destruction, population decline and extinction. There is a growing recognition that the level of biodiversity is an important factor in influencing the resilience of ecosystems to disturbance.
World wildlife fund
A 2019report from the WWF confirms that logging LKTSfrom tropical forests helps to conserve wildlife populations when they are managed responsibly according to the latest certification standards. Besides, certified forestry concessions supports local development and add value to the standing forest, reducing the pressure to clear the forest to make way for other land uses. Forest managers also have an important role to play in preventing illegal activities such as hunting, logging and mining that threaten biodiversity.
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Last updated: March, 2020