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Diversité biologique

Definition(s)

Any forest environment, in which plants and animals interact with the chemical and physical features of the environment, in which they live. (Source: GEMET/GILP96a)
Forest biological diversity means the variability among forest living organisms and the ecological processes of which they are part; this includes diversity in forests within species, between species and of ecosystems and landscapes (Source: CBD)

In other languages

Anglais
forest biodiversity
Russe
биоразнообразие лесов
Espagnol
biodiversidad forestal
Chinois, Simplifié
森林生物多样性
Arabe
التنوع البيولوجي للغاباتty

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Multilateral environment agreements tagged with biodiversité forestière

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Protocole de Kyoto
Convention sur la pollution atmosphérique transfrontière à longue distance