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Description

Denis Couvet presents the reasons that the biodiversity preservation makes sense: its inherent value, the functionality of ecosystems, and its progressive potential. In a second phase, he proposes a compartmentalisation of those preservation objectives: threatened species, ordinary biodiversity, exploited species, linked to different management territories, from protected areas to cities.

Langues

  • Non français
  • Anglais

État

  • Labellisé

Thèmes

  • Gestion et aménagement des territoires

Types

  • Grain audiovisuel
Managing biodiversity - Clip
Managing biodiversity - Clip
Biodiversity and ecosystem services
Biodiversity and ecosystem services
Biodiversity management strategies facing direct pressures
Biodiversity management strategies facing direct pressures
Strategies for protection of threatened species
Strategies for protection of threatened species
Ordinary biodiversity: issues, protection
Ordinary biodiversity: issues, protection
Biomonitoring
Biomonitoring
Participatory sciences and biodiversity management
Participatory sciences and biodiversity management
How can society and biodiversity be reconcilied
How can society and biodiversity be reconcilied
The future of biodiversity: managing biological evolution
The future of biodiversity: managing biological evolution