vineri, 25 ianuarie 2008

90% of Europeans believe biodiversity loss is a problem

An overwhelming majority of Europeans believe that the loss of biological
diversity is a serious problem, according to a Eurobarometer survey on
attitudes to biodiversity. The survey highlights the concerns of Europeans
regarding the decline and extinction of animal and plant species, natural
habitats and ecosystems. Concern is greatest in Greece, Portugal and
Romania. The survey also reveals that Europeans are more worried about
biodiversity loss globally than in their own country.

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Eurobarometer Report can be downloaded from Commissioner Dimas's home page:

European Commission nature and biodiversity website

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