“Il paradiso è sotto i nostri piedi, così come sulle nostre teste” Henry David Thoreau World Environment Day 2020 calls for urgent action to protect biodiversity. Receive latest updates, stories, news and tips for World Environment Day and join the movement! Giornata mondiale dell’ambiente 2020, sensibilizzazione in libri e video Un'opera nuova di Lady Be. By upsetting the delicate balance of nature, we have created ideal conditions for pathogens–including coronaviruses–to spread. 5 June 2020, Rome - A better understanding of the role of ecosystems and biodiversity in addressing diseases and other threats to people's lives, health, and livelihoods will enable us to overcome the COVID-19 challenges and prevent the re-emergence of such devastating outbreaks in the future. Giornata Mondiale dell’ambiente 2020: “È il momento per la Natura” Il 5 giugno è il 46esimo anniversario del World Environment Day, la Giornata Mondiale per l’Ambiente. World Environment Day celebrations will help build momentum and unite the global community in actions for positive change. Living in harmony with nature can only be achieved if we reverse negative impact of biodiversity loss and pursue full implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Biodiversity describes the variety of life on Earth. La sessione inizia alle ore 17:00, con lo staff di Concordia in diretta per 10 minuti alle ore 18:00. World Environment Day 2020 calls for urgent action to protect biodiversity. In the last 50 years, the human population has doubled; the global economy has almost quadrupled and global trade has increased by about ten times. It is the foundation of most industries and livelihoods. It enables medical researchers to understand human physiology; and offers substance for developing medicines. With our increasing demands, humans have pushed nature beyond its limit. The emergence of COVID-19 has underscored the fact that, when we destroy biodiversity, we destroy the system that supports human life. We are intimately interconnected with nature. Biodiversity provides the essential infrastructure supporting life on Earth and human development. Following the decisions taken by UN Member States in the Convention on Biological Biodiversity, UNEP and its partners are launching the UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration (2021–2030), a global initiative to restore the relationship between humans and nature. It encompasses the 8 million species on the planet–from plants and animals to fungi and bacteria; the ecosystems that house them; and the genetic diversity among them. It even helps mitigate the impact of climate change by storing carbon and regulating local rainfall. UNEP is also working with world leaders to develop a new and ambitious Post-2020 Global Biodiversity Framework to realize a 2050 Vision of Living in Harmony with Nature. 2050 Vision of Living in Harmony with Nature. Nature responds to some of the most pressing challenges faced by humans today. Causes event in Milan, Italy by Legambiente Lombardia on Friday, June 5 2020 with 141 people interested and 75 people going. This World Environment Day, learn how all living things on Earth are connected in the web of life and how we can act #ForNature. In the last 50 years, the human population has doubled; the global economy has almost quadrupled and global trade has increased by about ten times. Biodiversity may be seen as an intricate web, in which each part is interdependent. L'occhiale Fielmann, il libro di Morellini Editore di Maurizio Maria Fossati e il documentario BBC per sensibilizzare l'opinione pubblica. If we don’t take care of nature, we can’t take care of ourselves. Biodiversity describes the variety of life on Earth. It encompasses the 8 million species on the planet–from plants and animals to fungi and bacteria; the ecosystems that house them; and the genetic diversity among them. It would take 1.6 Earths to meet the demands that humans make of nature each year. It is our greatest common good. Life on earth would not be possible without nature’s services. In occasione della Giornata Mondiale dell'Ambiente, l'ESA ha istituito con National Geographic per oggi venerdì 5 giugno un evento Instragram Live dalla Stazione Concordia, come parte di una sessione della giornata mondiale dell'ambiente con partecipanti da tutto il mondo. When one component is changed–or removed–the entire system is affected, and this can produce positive–or negative–consequences. Biodiversity may be seen as an intricate web, in which each part is interdependent. It provides us with oxygen, purifies the water we drink, ensures fertile soil, and produces the variety of foods we require to stay healthy and resist disease.
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