Linking Biodiversity with Health and Well-being: Consequences of Scientific Pluralism for Ethics, Values and Responsibilities

This paper investigates the moral implications of analysis on the interface between biodiversity and each human and animal well being. Health and sanitary crises usually result in moral debates, particularly on the subject of disruptive interventions equivalent to pressured vaccinations, quarantine, or mass culling of home or wild animals. In such debates, the emergence of … Read more

Development of a life cycle impact assessment framework accounting for biodiversity in deep seafloor ecosystems: A case study on the Clarion Clipperton Fracture Zone

Development of a life cycle impact assessment framework accounting for biodiversity in deep seafloor ecosystems: A case study on the Clarion Clipperton Fracture Zone

The transformation of ecosystems is understood to be a main driver of biodiversity loss. Consequently, supporting instruments comparable to life cycle assessment strategies (LCA) embody this facet in the analysis of a product’s environmental efficiency. Such strategies consist of quantifying enter and output flows to evaluate their particular contributions to impact classes. Therefore, land occupation … Read more

The species awareness index as a conservation culturomics metric for public biodiversity awareness

The species awareness index as a conservation culturomics metric for public biodiversity awareness

Although threats to international biodiversity are well-known, slowing present charges of biodiversity loss stays a problem. The Aichi targets set out 20 targets on which the worldwide neighborhood ought to act to alleviate biodiversity decline, 1 of which (Target 1) goals to boost public awareness of the significance of biodiversity. Although standard indicators for Target … Read more

Application of ecoacoustic monitoring in the field of biodiversity science

Application of ecoacoustic monitoring in the field of biodiversity science

Sound is a crucial approach of communication amongst organisms. The monitoring and analy-sis of organic sound is an rising technique to explain and consider biodiversity. This technique doesn’t invade or harm the pure surroundings. By recording ecological info via sound, it will probably successfully mirror the related traits of biodiversity. The sound-based exploration of biodiversity … Read more