Biomassiveness - A New Leading Concept for Nature Conservation

Tom Bade, Head of the Dutch think tank Triple E, developed the concept for nature conservation and wrote a book with Daniel van der Loo. It is all about large concentrations of animals, trees and plants around the world, not just in Africa but in all continents and all possible landscapes. Bade and van der Loo show that biomassiveness can occur anywhere and is a normal phenomenon in nature.


The book presents new ideas for nature management in the Netherlands and abroad. No longer should the desire be to maximize biodiversity and to create only impoverished nutrient low environments. Especially rich environments with large numbers of a few species fit into our rich delta.

An English and Chinese translation of the Dutch publication will become available later this year. To learn more about biomassiveness, order this book illustrated with over one hundred beautiful colour photograph here.

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