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Natalia Martis
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1.In general, an agricultural farmer is not interested in biodiversity, so all bushes or shrubs are destroyed to expand their work space. therefore the importance of biodiversity must be explained to the farmer and encouraged to respect it.
2.the sources of information that can help us in the audit activity can be a real example of the study area that is affected and the laws of environmental protection.
3.The amount of carbon and biodiversity stored within an area of land varies according to the type of vegetative cover.The first four classes are considered potential High Carbon Stock forests. The auditor must have negative effects on the deforestation or destruction of natural habitats on the environment, which in turn affects climate change, population health, extinction of many species, etc. so that these methods are stopped.