Biodiversity crisis: Technological advances in agriculture are not a sufficient response

Biodiversity crisis: Technological advances in agriculture are not a sufficient response

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Rapid population and economic growth are destroying biodiversity. A growing demand for agricultural products requires ever new cultivated areas. Even though technological advances are making agriculture more efficient, the growing population makes up for these successes. Effective nature conservation needs concepts against population growth and for sustainable consumption.

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