In this interview, renowned entomologist and conservation advocate Edward O. Wilson, answers questions about what species are, how new species arise, and why humans should be concerned about the loss of biodiversity. ESA (energy, stability, and area) is his shorthand for the factors that support a large number of species per unit area. Wilson discusses sympatric and allopatric speciation and how species can evolve relatively rapidly on islands. He recommends that work to ward off species extinct
Gather, organize, and share content that interests you.