Conservation, Ebola

Preventing Ebola Outbreaks & Conserving Wildlife

Studies have agreed that the emergence of viral zoonotic diseases (disease that can be spread from animals to humans, like Ebola) can be reduced by protecting biodiversity and limiting the human impact on natural spaces. There is a very simple reason for this: the more space that wildlife has to live without human contact, the less chance there is for the animals to pass on any number of diseases to humans.  Continue reading “Preventing Ebola Outbreaks & Conserving Wildlife”