What You Need to Know About the Threats to Life on Our Planet

Yes, we know that the bad news about what people have done to the planet can be pretty overwhelming but we, governments and corporations need to sit up, take note and act, according to a new report by the Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services that looks at the future survival of species on our planet.

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Kenyan men from the Sengwer community protest over their eviction from their ancestral lands, Embobut Forest, by the government for forest conservation in western Kenya.

A chimpanzee family relaxing in Budongo Forest Reserve in Murchison Falls National Park.


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