“2021 will be the year of biodiversity,” Maud Lelièvre guaranteed in an interview with Ouest-France in May. The president of the French committee of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) was really optimistic ahead of the World Conservation Congress, the first international negotiations on the environment since the Covid-19 pandemic.

2021 will be the year of biodiversity, Maud Lelièvre guaranteed in an interview with Ouest-France in May. The president of the French committee of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) was really optimistic in the run-up to the World Conservation Congress, the first international negotiations on the environment since the Covid-19 pandemic.

Over the past two years, several reports have made it possible to better understand “biodiversity”, a complex word, a contraction of “biological diversity” inherited from the Anglo-Saxon scientific vocabulary. Yet the issue is simple, as summarised by Maud Lelièvre: The disappearance of the wild world represents a real danger for humans.

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