Posted by: Sandy Steinman | November 1, 2018

New World Wildlife Fund “Living Planet” Report Finds Huge Animal Losses 

Vox reports

Today, we have new data that paints a bleak picture of what’s happening to the animal kingdom right now. On Tuesday, WWF, the international wildlife conservation nonprofit, released its biennial Living Planet Report, a global assessment of the health of animal populations all over the world. Here’s the topline finding: The average vertebrate (birds, fish, mammals, amphibians) population has declined 60 percent since 1970.

Read full article at: New WWF “Living Planet” report finds huge animal losses – Vox


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