Just as the world is undergoing a climate crisis, an equally critical but less discussed disaster is also unfolding: that of the world’s disappearing biodiversity. The astounding array of life on Earth underpins virtually everything in our lives, from the food we eat to the air we breathe.
Ahead of the UN putting a new global framework for protecting biodiversity into action next year, Landscape News spent some time this year digging into what that should entail. Here is our pick of what we published.
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