Biodiversity is declining globally. Why is it so important, in the forest and for humans? Can it protect us from the effects of climate change? What can be done at a political level to preserve biodiversity? Malgorzata Blicharska, Associate Professor at the Department of Earth Sciences at Uppsala University, is a participant in the TV series "The Age of Nature". She explains that the more species and the more stable and complex the ecosystem is, the more resilient it is against environmental pressures – such as climate change.
This episode is in English.