Wildlife populations have plummeted by two-thirds in 50 years (WEF)

  • Natural areas that used to support biodiversity and have been converted for farming are the biggest reason for the population decline of thousands of species around the world.
  • The WWF study has found that the average population size has dropped by 68% worldwide since 1970.
  • These declines are stark warnings that human activity is becoming unsustainable on Earth.

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/09/wildlife-populations-biodiversity-loss-human-action/

, Asia correspondent and sub-editor, Thomson Reuters Foundation

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