WED | 24. 4. | 6 P.M. | MOZARTEUM | FREE ENTRY
development evening, organized by ARPOK
For decades, we have been worried about how quickly charismatic animals such as elephants, rhinoceros, or orangutans are dwindling. More and more, however, we also recognize a subtle change. The myriads of small creatures - butterflies and bees, frogs, or plants are also rapidly disappearing. Why should we care about the unusual fauna and flora around us? And why the loss of biodiversity undermines our economy and the livelihood of millions of people? More about the context of the global collapse of biodiversity, Vojtěch Kotecký, who works at the Glopolis Institute in Prague, served as the program director of the environmental organization of the Movement DUHA and was also a member of the Government Council for Sustainable Development.