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Protect natural habitats Human impact on the earth can have a devastating impact on biodiversity. By regularly feeding soil with compost and not spraying it with damaging chemicals that can kill microorganisms, the soil on a certified organic farm is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. Conserve your water use Fresh bodies of water are essential to biodiversity. Clearing all of the land needed to house and pasture so many cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens, and other farmed animals and to grow crops to feed them has led to livestock production becoming the single greatest driver of wildlife habitat loss and destruction globally. Wild edible plants take centre stage in plant and food festival. Iltis Consider the Irish potato famine, a calamity that struck Ireland so hard because Irish farmers grew only one variety of potato. Livestock production is the single largest driver of habitat loss, and both livestock and feedstock production are increasing in developing tropical countries where the majority of biological diversity resides. Our research was published July 17 in Nature Ecology and Evolution. We also show which countries could do with more support for conservation initiatives to protect land and find ways to sustainably grow food.