Earth-wide dangerous challenges: climate and biodiversity - ERNST ULRICH VON WEIZSÄCKER

The Earth Summit of 1992 invented and adopted two major United Nations Conventions: The UN Convention on Climate Change, and the UN Convention on Biological Diversity. Climate change is also referred to as global warming, - which is very likely to lead to a rising sea water table, more wild fires, more drought, and conflicts on the remaining useful areas of land. Biodiversity losses can sharply reduce nature’s capacity of responding to the use of land, plants, and freshwater, Human agriculture (notably large areas of monoculture) have become the most destructive act of reducing biodiversity. Roughly 150 animal and plant species get extict every day. Humanity has to come to honest agreements of helping to stabilize climate and to stop the eradication of species

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Ernst Ulrich von Weizsäcker
Honorary President of the Club of Rome, PhD


20 April 2023


6 PM
Kyiv time