Posted Jun 05, 2019 |  by IPBES

Biodiversity loss has many causes, including pollution and urbanisation which today accounts for a land area of three percent of the globe, but is expected to triple by 2030. This IPBES summary of its report provides evidence of accelerated species extinction over the coming decades of somewhere between 500,000 and one million species. It... Read More

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