Biodiversity Convention 1992 (Rio Summit)

The Biodiversity Convention was an international treaty created by the united nations in 1992 at the Rio Summit, which differnt countries have signed up for. This convention is a practical tool that is dedicated to the importance of promoting sustainable development and raising the awareness of a clean and healthy environment. This was then translated into UK law as the Biodiversity action plan. Its encompasses:
  • plants
  • animals
  • micro-organisms
  • ecosystems
  • people
  • food
  • security
  • medicine
  • air
  • water
  • shelter