Uncontrolled Consumption Will Be the End of Us All - UN
Surging consumption of natural resources - 92 billion tonnes in 2017 - accounts for half of the world's planet-heating greenhouse gas emissions and over 90% of the world's biodiversity loss, experts say.
There are urgent calls for countries and companies to stop burning fossil fuels as researchers estimate air pollution caused 8.8 million more deaths in 2015. Read more »
A radical decrease in greenhouse gas emissions is needed if farmers are to have time to prepare for major changes in rainfall due to climate change that could decimate crops, ... Read more »
Elephants play a crucial role in Africa's savanna ecosystems as seed dispersers. Their dung recycles valuable nutrients and by feeding on trees they maintain the savanna's matrix ... Read more »
The oceans and its critters have been among the foundations of human societies. Approximately three billion people around the world depend on marine and coastal biodiversity for ... Read more »
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