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Human population growth and human-related activities directly or indirectly contribute to the majority of the causes of biodiversity loss, claims the Rainforest Conservation Fund. In rainforests, land conversion is the m... More »

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The loss of biodiversity in marine environments is attributed to many sources, including human activities such as hunting and commercial fishing, the addition of toxins and chemicals to surrounding waters and loss or deg... More »

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Human activities and habitation are a major cause of environmental damage. While human industry and urban development have resulted in extensive damage to the natural world, events such as earthquakes, landslides and wil... More »

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Functions of the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry include protecting Ontario's biodiversity, promoting economic opportunities, conducting scientific research, administering regulation, and coordinating ... More »

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Preserving nature is important because the biodiversity of the planet, including the human race, is dependent upon properly functioning natural processes. Without a healthy natural environment, most life would cease to e... More »

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