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David Attenborough
I am immensely pleased to hear that plans to build a bridge at Sukau have been cancelled. This region is recognised worldwide as being a vital enclave for threatened wildlife, and it is indeed good news that the safe passage of orangutans, pygmy elephants and other endangered wildlife will not be threatened by the bridge and all that would have come with it. The decision will [also benefit] the local people who welcome visitors who come to see the wonderful biodiversity of their forests.feedback
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Apr 21 2017
You can find on this page a variety of quotes, by one or many people, on what they said about Biodiversity. 24 people are quoted and you can read 27 citations of them about Biodiversity. John Kerry, Regina Lopez and David Attenborough, are those who have spoken the most about this topic. John Kerry said: “The Ross Sea region MPA will safeguard one of the last unspoiled ocean wilderness areas on the planet – home to unparalleled marine biodiversity and thriving communities of penguins, seals, whales, seabirds and fish.”.
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Neema Pathak Broome

(The law) has the potential to conserve forests and biodiversity (and) improve local livelihoods. Unfortunately, due to a lack of political will and intentional efforts to undermine the law, this vast potential for democratic forest governance remains unrealised.feedback

Dan Isaak

It's kind of the Holy Grail for biologists to know what a true biodiversity map looks like. To have that formatted digitally so you can do lots of science with it will be transformative in terms of the quality of information we'll have to conserve species.feedback

Alberto Orgiazzi

Reading DNA sequences extracted from soil we are able to understand to what living organisms that soil is linked, and we can accurately identify what those organisms are. This way we can characterize biodiversity.feedback

Charlotte Streck - Climate Focus

What we really want is to stop (gross) natural forest loss because of biodiversity and other important reasons.feedback

John Kerry

The Ross Sea region MPA will safeguard one of the last unspoiled ocean wilderness areas on the planet – home to unparalleled marine biodiversity and thriving communities of penguins, seals, whales, seabirds and fish.feedback

John Kerry

The Ross Sea Region marine protected area (MPA) will safeguard one of the last unspoiled ocean wilderness areas on the planet -- home to unparalleled marine biodiversity and thriving communities of penguins, seals, whales, seabirds, and fish.feedback

John Kerry

It happened because our nations understood the responsibility we share to protect this unique place for future generations. The Ross Sea region marine protected area will safeguard one of the last unspoiled ocean wilderness areas on the planet – home to unparalleled marine biodiversity and thriving communities of penguins, seals, whales, seabirds, and fish.feedback

Randall Kosaki

They are very significant contributions to global biodiversity.feedback

Tim Newbold

If we keep degrading biodiversity there will be a point where it's very difficult to support agriculture. Given the stakes it's best to be precautionary.feedback

Marine Antonopoulou

The species we are working on in this project are green turtles which are associated with sea grass habitat. And this habitat is not only important for marine turtles but also for marine life in general. And what we want to do by using marine turtles is to identify important areas for biodiversity that can be conserved for the whole marine ecosystem.feedback

Marco Lambertini - World Wide Fund for Nature

The recovery of the panda shows that when science, political will, and the engagement of local communities come together, we can save wildlife and also improve biodiversity.feedback

Nicolas Dupont

The questions we ask are philosophical, but are nevertheless accessible to everyone since they are questions which every individual, every society asks itself. Where does life come from? What are the origins of mankind? What are the origins of the universe and what is the place of mankind in this biodiversity? The organisation of societies, man and death… these questions are asked in each exhibition.feedback

Jenica Hanganu

We can later on use this data to improve our strategies for taking measures against flood risks, biodiversity losses or changes in the ecosystems.feedback

Iulian Michersu

The Danube has now many dams and dikes. That means that the Delta is narrower and the river is getting deeper, and that affects the biodiversity of the whole area. Oaks that used to grow on the shores are retreating, because the river flow is becoming much more vertical than horizontal and it offers less ground.feedback

Andre Muggiati - Greenpeace

Rising global temperatures will have a significant impact on the Amazon rainforest's structure, on its biodiversity. Some scientists estimate that large portions of the Amazon will no longer be a dense rainforest like they are now.feedback

Jacques Rougerie

There is everything to explore and discover under the sea. Most simply we have to understand the biodiversity of our seas, migration patterns, and the food of the future, the pharmacology of the future, and all the energy that we can harness, the renewable energy from the oceans that we can use, it's the blue economy of tomorrow.feedback

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