Alberta Biodiversity Monitoring Institute tracks changes in Alberta's wildlife and their habitats from border to border, and provides ongoing, relevant, scientifically credible information on Alberta's living resources.
Life has existed on Earth for over 3.5 billion years. Over 95% of the species that ever existed have gone extinct. So why should we be concerned about current extinction rates and conserving biodiversity? Find out here!
EOL is a collection of open-access data on biodiversity around the world. The goal of the EOL is to bring all the data scattered around on different websites together into one easy-access website. It covers both multi-celled organisms like plants, animals and fungi as well as single celled organisms like archaea and protists.
Our planet’s diverse ecosystems and wildlife populations are vulnerable. Jungles can become deserts, and reefs can become lifeless rocks. What makes one ecosystem strong and another weak in the face of change? This video explains why biodiversity is the key.
This site from the Convention for Biological Diversity is an indepth look at the importance of biodiversity, what is being lost as biodiversity loses ground against human activities and what action can be taken to preserve the biodiversity of Earth's many different ecosystems.