"Biodiversity loss and ecosystem collapse is viewed as one of the fastest deteriorating global risks over the next decade."
Global Risks Report 2023, p. 7.
Biodiversity allows for our ecosystem and ultimately planet to adapt, thrive and prosper in the wake of change. By releasing wildlife, we are giving our ecosystems a chance to continue to support themselves and the species that depend on them. Diverse, self sufficient species are just some of the many valuable assets needed to maintain the critical equilibriums demanded of our environment. All organisms hold a key role in an ecosystem's inherent hierarchy. Research has shown time and time again that the extirpation and extinction of a species can have devastating effects on the environment.