This spring, scientists warned that up to 1 million of the world’s estimated 8 million plant and animal species could be at risk of extinction. The conclusion came from a United Nations report, which also found that global warming is one of the factors driving this rapid deterioration. The biodiversity crisis threatens food security, the water supply, economic development and the livelihoods of billions.
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