Africa, Americas, Planet, Natural Capital & The Environment

Biodiversity threat is not new

Responsible Business | May 14, 2019

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The IPBES’ alarming assessment of the state of global biodiversity has given a new demonstration of the scale and scope of the man-made extinction crisis, but it has been known for years that human activity is having a severe impact on many other species. A glance at the International Union for the Conservation of Nature’s “red list” shows that nearly half of all plant species and a quarter of all mammals are considered at risk of extinction by the.

Source: IUCN

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