This biodiversity guide is designed as a educational resource for schools, youth groups and other curious young learners.
The guide explains biodiversity in terms of genes, species and ecosystems. It explores biodiversity under the sea, on the land, up in the air, in rivers and lakes, and on the farms that produce our food. The guide considers why biodiversity is important, how humans impact it, and what we must do to conserve the worldâ€™s biological resources.
At the end of the guide there are inspiring examples of youth-led initiatives and, most importantly, an easy to-follow action plan to help you to develop your own biodiversity projects and conservation activities.