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Life on Land
Protecting the terrestrial ecosystem
The UN believes all life to be equal and equally deserving of protection. Therefore, making biodiversity one of their main goals. Conserving and restoring the terrestrial habitats is important for all land-based wildlife and the progress of the human species.
The Economic Importance of Biodiversity
What is an asset? Is an asset only defined as a property, currency, or machinery that brings value to your business or investment? No, an asset is anything that makes progress and survival of your current macro-economic infrastructure possible. These are referred to as natural assets.
A great example of the world's many natural assets is the creatures known as bees. Bees are pollinators that are responsible for 35% of the world's crop production, which totals on a staggering average revenue of US$400 billion annually from crop production. But alas, even organisms that bring such benefits to our financial world are becoming an endangered species. Many other natural assets like the bees are becoming endangered due to the harmful substances that are being disposed of in their natural habitats without even the consideration of the consequence it might hold.
TAXA actions towards terrestrial endangerment
TAXA aims to empower organizations like the United Nations in their endeavors to conserve and safeguard the terrestrial ecosystem. Through ground-breaking technology and area expertise, the vendors and partners of TAXA can help organizations better assess the dangers that haunt the land's wildlife to come up with sustainable solutions and promote future progress on top of them. Advanced habitat analysis and surveillance organizations can devise safeguards against poaching and other systemized criminal acts that pose a great danger to the already endangered wildlife. TAXA can help organizations understand environmental needs that can adhere to the flourishing of wildlife and natural assets for future generations.