Earth Is Losing Plants And Animals At A Dangerous Rate

Four new scientific reports from the UN reveal that Earth is losing animals and plants at dangerous rates. The reports, by 550 scientists from 100 countries, document the decline in the biosphere in the Americas, Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe and central Asia.


Humanity has eliminated more than half the world’s large animals, on land and at sea, in just the last 40 years. Dozens of species vanishing every day due to the pressure of  human activity, in an event now known as the Sixth Extinction. As one of the world’s greatest biologist, E. O.

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