‘Revolutionary change’ needed to stop unprecedented global extinction crisis

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We are witnessing the loss of biodiversity at rates never before seen in human history.

  • Michelle Lim
  • The Conversation

Nearly a million species face extinction if we do not fundamentally change our relationship with the natural world, according to the world’s largest assessment of biodiversity.

Last week, in the culmination of a process involving 500 biodiversity experts from over 50 countries, and 134 governments negotiated the final form of the Global Assessment of the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform for Biodiversity and…

IPBES aims to…

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