'Biodiversity and nature's contributions to people sound, to many people, academic and far removed from our daily lives,' noted Robert Watson, chair of the intergovernmental body that compiled the research. 'Nothing could be further from the truth—they are the bedrock of our food, clean water, and energy,' he said. 'They are at the heart not only of our survival, but of our cultures, identities, and enjoyment of life.'
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