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One of the key messages of biodiversity is that we are all involved, whether we know it or not.
Biodiversity is concerned with the kind of world, and the kind of land, that we want to live in and to pass on to our children and grandchildren.
Our personal lifestyle choices and individuals have an effect on biodiversity. Here are a few of the ways in which individuals can choose to make to make a difference:
Conserve our natural assets:
Manage water resources
Conserve energy and reduce carbon emissions
You can also take positive action to enrich the biodiversity of our local area. Planting nectar-rich flowers to attract butterflies, or fruit-bearing trees and shrubs to attract birds, in the garden can bring in more species. Even in the heart of the city, a window-ledge bird table will attract a surprising range of birds, and help sustain them through severe winter weather.