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A isCOMMENT If we protect nature, we protect our health We must finally think about
health, nature conservation and biodiversity together. A guest contribution by
German Development Minister Gerd Müller and Eberhard Brandes, Executive Board
of WWF Germany, on the International Environment Day 05.06.2020 Share:
Become a Facebook fan now German Development Minister Gerd Müller and Eberhard
Brandes, Executive Board of WWF Germany BMZ / Press // Eberhard Brandes / WWF
German Development Minister Gerd Müller (left) and WWF board member Eberhard
Brandes (right) aim to close the most dangerous wildlife markets as quickly as
possible. The results of a recent survey from five Asian countries give them
hope that this can succeed The appearance of Corona was a matter of time. For
years, medical doctors, biologists and environmentalists have been warning that
the loss of vital ecosystems and the illegal wildlife trade endanger the health
of the planet and our own health. Two thirds of all new infectious diseases in
humans such as COVID-19, Ebola or avian flu originate from animals. The risk of
viruses spreading to humans increases as the natural habitats of wild animals
shrink. This is currently happening at a dramatic rate: forest is cut down from
the surface of a soccer field every four seconds. 85 percent of the world's
wetlands are lost. Genetic diversity is declining so rapidly and worryingly:
every eighth species is threatened with extinction. The rate is 1000 times
higher than it would be naturally. The current pandemic, which affects all of
humanity, is also a result of human action, a result of the destruction of
nature and our exploitative handling of the living beings of this planet.
Everything is related to everything Millions of animal and plant species,
parasites, viruses, fungi and bacteria strike a balance in healthy ecosystems.
The strength of the system is its diversity. Pathogens that are dangerous to
humans do not necessarily have to cause disease in their animal host. Where
forests are cleared or wild animals are wiped out, we destroy this balance.
Pathogens lose their host and look for a new one - such as humans. This is
called spillover when the infection is subsequently triggered by humans. In
Africa it was observed that the construction of dams caused the population of
migratory freshwater shrimp to decrease dramatically. As a result, the shrimp
prey, certain snail species, increased dramatically. The snails are
intermediate hosts of the schistosomiasis. As a result, the disease increased
in humans. And a Brazilian study shows that even the low deforestation of four
percent of a forest was accompanied by an almost 50 percent increase in malaria
cases in humans. The examples illustrate: The relationships between humans,
animals and plants are complex. Everything is related to everything. If
individual links are removed, the system becomes unstable and pathogens have an
VAPORSPIRT CBD ÖL . Palm oil in almost every second supermarket product A key factor
in containing this danger is the protection of biodiversity and vital
ecosystems, especially the last big forests. From a western point of view, it
seems easy to point a finger at developing and emerging countries that do not
want to or cannot stop slash-and-burn, poaching and illegal trade in species.
But we in Germany also contribute to the destruction of biological diversity -
and thereby open the door to pathogens.