Earth values: better to price it or to engage?

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The alarms sounded worldwide, planet earth is losing biodiversity and besides all the warnings, few are accomplished to stop it.

Ecosystem services evaluation could be used to price tag our planet natural values as it has a holistic perspective.

Not all humans are enough altruistic to protect planet natural values and setting a price may help to clarify.

It is a huge risk to price tag nature because it involves complex relations, and the value may be sub-evaluated.

If relations among organisms are still to be fully understood by ecologists, then it is not correct to price it.

Therefore, price tagging is not the best option, then conservation efforts must make people fall in love with our planet's values.

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Are you in love with planet Earth!?


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Thanks 4 the post liliana.duarte

Therefore, price tagging is not the best option, then conservation efforts must make people fall in love with our planet's values.

This. Although how someone can disregard Nature still baffles me. Have a great weekend! :)

Unfortunately, it seems to be true. I believe the majority of people enjoy what nature offers, but don't feel responsible to keep it for the next generations. If people could at least feel some empathy for nature and for others...how to teach that?
Thanks! Have a great sunny sunday :D

Without planet earth our life is not possible, I don't understand how we can be so destructive and uncaring, the conservation of our diversity should be something innate in us.

Yes, it actually should! We all are responsible for our actions on a daily basis, but most may think that is the government's job to plan and protect nature.