In December 2004, the Society for International Livestock Breeds Diversity in Germany
(GENUVI), was founded as a non-profit organization.
The company is charged with the conservation and upbringing of livestock, in particular the promotion of internationally rare and endangered livestock breeds in Germany, which have not been maintained on the "Red List" of the German Society for the Conservation of Old and Endangered Livestock Breeds (GEH).
If you would like to contribute your experience, your knowledge and skills, we welcome your membership.
LIFE IS DIVERSITY ...
Our environmental problems are becoming increasingly more dramatic. In the next 10-20 years, we can expect a gigantic extinction of animals and plants. The resulting mass death in fauna and flora will be the greatest the world has seen since the Mesozoic Era. On the other hand, we will need to feed eight billion people as a result of the population explosion seen over the last 30 years. There is a struggle between cross linking habitat protection as a guardian of the rest of nature and the intensive use of agriculture to feed mankind.
... EXTINCTION MEANS FOREVER ...
In addition to 170 countries around the world, Germany has committed itself to sustainability and the protection of all biodiversity, animals, plants and and important habitats (Rio Convention 1992). Additionally, the German "Animal Protection Law" ensures for the welfare of all kept animals.