Biologinės įvairovės išsaugojimo teisinio reguliavimo ypatumai
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Humanity is part of the biological diversity and our existence would be impossible without it. Quality of life, economic competitiveness, employment and security – all of this is based on this natural capital. Biodiversity is part of "ecosystem services", that is, services provided by nature: climate regulation, water and weather, soil fertility and food, fuel, fiber and medicines manufacturing. Conservation of biological diversity is one of the most important environmental issues both in Europe and worldwide. This is confirmed by the multilateral international agreements, with emphasis on the conservation of biological diversity in natural ecosystems. Many provisions of the international legislation stress the maintenance of biodiversity, the conservation of natural habitats and wild flora and fauna, prevention of loss of protection, the importance of monitoring the situation. The primary document on a global scale, forming part of the assumptions for the preservation of biological diversity, is the Convention on biological diversity (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1992, the year).
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