Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 17, 2022

How Nature Becomes a Casualty of War 

The New York Times reports on impact of war on the environment

Waging war is an act of destruction. And, studies suggest, it’s one that disproportionately affects the planet’s most important ecosystems. From 1950 to 2000, more than 80 percent of the world’s major armed conflicts took place in biodiversity hot spots, areas that are rich in native species but under threat,

Read article at How Nature Becomes a Casualty of War – The New York Times


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