Biological diversity means the variety of different life forms on Earth and the relationships among them. The diverse living organisms and their environment on Earth make up its amazing and complex ecosystem. Nature is not only home to countless wildlife, but also closely related to our livelihood. Our precious ecosystem provides humans with a myriad of benefits. Apart from providing us with food, fuels, medicines, leisure, and art resources, the ecosystem also silently regulates the natural processes of the environment, nurturing all life on Earth.
Fourth Public Lecture: Sustainable Use of Biodiversity in Hong Kong (5 July)
In the fourth public lecture, we have invited Professor Zhao Zhong-zhen, Associate Dean, School of Chinese Medicine, Hong Kong Baptist University and Professor Cheung Chin-hung, Sidney, Chairperson, Department of Anthropology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong as the speakers.