Conserve biodiversity species for shaping the perfect environment

The whole world is constituted of living beings and non-living things which consist of flora and fauna. Fauna is all of the animal life and flora is all the plant life. Only when the world is formed with flora and fauna will it be complete.
The International Day for Biological Diversity will be celebrated on 22 May 2023, under the theme “From Agreement to Action: Build Back Biodiversity”, which aims to raise awareness and understanding of biodiversity issues. Only in this way will all global people be able to obtain protected and sustainable biological diversity. That is the main message of the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD), the key international instrument for sustainable development.
The living world will be completed if it is not formed with flora and fauna. Both kinds of diversity benefit each other for their long-term existence. If one of the two faces some problems, the environment of the world will degrade automatically. If so, all living beings and non-living things will face deterioration. Hence, all global peoples have the highest skills of critical thinking to initiate the world and environment to improve biodiversity.
The global people have to renew a sense of hope with the adoption of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework, which is a historic agreement signed in December 2022 to set goals and concrete measures to cease the loss of nature by 2050. As such, all global people should not lever down the efforts to conserve biodiversity.
The implementation of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework will be guided and supported through a comprehensive package that includes a monitoring framework for the global biodiversity framework, an enhanced mechanism for planning, monitoring, reporting and reviewing implementation, the necessary financial resources for implementation, strategic frameworks for capacity development and technical and scientific cooperation, as well as an agreement on digital sequence information on genetic resources.
Every country needs to designate habitats for biodiversity. In Myanmar, the governments in successive eras have designated national parks, wildlife sanctuaries, Ramsar sites, wetlands, reserve forests and protected public forests for the shelter of biodiversity species. As such, migratory birds, domestic birds and water birds, wildlife animals and various species of butterflies and others inhabit the relevant areas under conservation for their distinction.
Hence, global people need to conserve biodiversity species with sympathy and consideration for their long-term existence to shape the perfect environment which reflects the nature of living beings. It is sure that whenever biodiversity species are under conservation, the whole world will be prosperous.

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