Biodiversity is the foundation of a healthy ecosystem.  Biodiversity varies from habitat to habitat, but an abundance of different species in any habitat provides the resilience and strength necessary for a system as a whole to survive and to thrive despite the inevitable changes Mother Nature casts its way.

In this inspiring and informative conference we will present the concepts, history, and processes for the restoration of biodiversity, along with its myriad benefits.  We will emphasize how we can apply what we’ve learned from a variety of cultural and species perspectives to advocate for regeneration of healthy, biodiverse landscapes that draw down atmospheric carbon, restore water cycles and reverse global warming. Finally, we will consider many environmental and social issues that we now face, and examine how biodiversity is at the heart of the solutions — not only for humans, but for the whole interconnected web of life that has made Planet Earth unique in the known universe.

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April 30, 2016 at 9am - 5pm
Harvard University Geological Lecture Hall
24 Oxford St
Cambridge, MA 02138
United States
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