Biodiversity and innovation

Scientists have warned that the world is experiencing a biodiversity crisis - too many habitats are being destroyed and too many living things are becoming endangered or extinct. Can innovations solve the problem? From seed drones and shell-walls to frozen DNA, explore ideas designed to protect the planet in this week's Headline resource.


This week, learn about the global biodiversity crisis and how innovation can tackle it.

Use this one-hour Headline lesson to help your students:

  • Explore the problems caused by the global biodiversity crisis
  • Assess a number of innovative solutions
  • Use creative problem-solving to design and share their own innovations

Download our one-hour Headline teaching resource on the global biodiversity crisis and how innovations help to tackle it.

These teaching resources are supported by KPMG. The Economist Educational Foundation maintained full editorial control.

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