Biodiversity and Stability
It has become evident in the world that biodiversity is fast declining. It has been documented that about one third of the world plant and animal species in most countries are faced with the risk of extinction. This is considered a monumental problem as it poses a risk to the continued existence of world biodiversity (Colyvan 147). Owing to the risk faced, scientists have gone back to the debate of ecological diversity and stability. The current research and debate on the future of ecosystem viewed in lenses declining biodiversity is supported by the fear of unknown. The biodiversity-stability debate looks into the future of the world ecosystem based on theoretical bases. What will happen to the stability of the world ecosystem with the declining biodiversity?