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Our Earth is blessed with very diverse and thriving ecosystems. They might seem permanent, but they are not. They are currently threatened by the man-made crisis called Global Warming. Jungles are disappearing, and reefs are becoming lifeless rocks. In this scenario, conserving the biodiversity is of ultimate importance. The following video discusses the importance of biodiversity to us.
Why is biodiversity so important? - Kim Preshoff
5 mins
The IUCN Red List is the world's most comprehensive information source on the global conservation status of wild species and their links to livelihoods. Far more than a list of species and their status, it is a powerful tool to inform and catalyse actions for biodiversity conservation, critical to protecting the natural resources we need to survive. Let us look at the following video to understand the guiding conservation of IUCN's red list.
The IUCN Red List: Guiding Conservation for 50 years
4 mins
What are biosphere reserves? How does the balance between the interests of environmental protection and social and economic development work? This short video explains us these and other related issues about biosphere reserves.
Biosphere reserves in a nutshell
3 mins
Let us quickly learn the difference between National Park, Wildlife Sanctuary and Biosphere Reserve with the help of the following video.
Difference Between National Park,Wildlife Sanctuary,Biosphere Reserve
2 mins
What exactly it means for a species to be endangered. Can we save these endangered species of plants and animals? How can it be done? The following video will make things simple for us to learn all these.
Endangered Species | Environment & Ecology | Biology | FuseSchool
4 mins
Tigers are icons of beauty and keystone species among the wildlife. Tiger is also India's National Animal. The following video will give us a fair idea about tiger and the importance of its conservation.
Tigers 101 | National Geographic
4 mins