By Patrick Greenfield, The Guardian

Earth’s wildlife populations have plunged by an average of 69% in just under 50 years, according to a leading scientific assessment, as humans continue to clear forests, consume beyond the limits of the planet and pollute on an industrial scale.

“In order to see any bending of the curve of biodiversity loss … it’s not just about conservation it’s about changing production and consumption…”

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