The change of biodiversity and environments is one of the hottest environmental issues of our time. Direct pressures such as habitat change, over exploitation, exotic species, pollution, and climate change are driven factors influenced biodiversity alterations and biodiversity loss. In addition, human action alters the species composition and the relative species abundances in an ecosystem, changing the structure of communities, but may not lead to biodiversity loss at the regional or global scale.

Biological diversity or biodiversity is the variation of life at all levels of biological organization, referring not only to the sum total of life forms across an area, but also to the range of differences between those forms. Biodiversity runs the gamut from the genetic diversity in a single population to the variety of ecosystems across the globe. Greater biodiversity in ecosystems, species, and individuals leads to greater stability. For example, species with high genetic diversity and many populations that are adapted to a wide variety of conditions are more likely to be able to weather disturbances, disease, and climate change. Greater biodiversity also enriches us with more varieties of foods and medicines. However, the biodiversity loss and extinction due the above factors make limitation for our resources not only for present but also for future generation.
Thus, some strategies have been developed to preserve biodiversity and environment, and this conference attempts to looking for new strategy how to preserve our biodiversity and environmental for sustainable use of present and future generation.