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Biodiversity education involves teaching and learning about the diversity of life on Earth, including the interactions between different species and their environments. Biodiversity education is crucial to ensuring understanding of the importance of biodiversity, its conservation and its role in sustaining ecosystems and human well-being. The basic components of biodiversity education are: Taxonomy, systematics, species identification, ecology and ecosystems, biodiversity hotspots, biodiversity conservation, endangered species, human impact on biodiversity, social awareness, global perspective, ethical issues, technology and biodiversity, policy and legislation.
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