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Wild species relied on by billions at risk, report warns

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Rampant exploitation of nature is a threat to the billions of people who rely on wild species for food, energy and income, according to a new report. The UN's science advisory panel for biodiversity, known as IPBES, called for transformative changes in our relationship with wild species. The report, which took four years to produce and has been written by 85 experts from different specialist fields, comes as the UN steers a crucial international process to lay out a framework for protecting nature.
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The Guardian

Wild species support half of world’s population, report finds

New UN study says increasing sustainability is vital to livelihoods of billions of people in developed and developing countries

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Independent

Wild species relied on by billions at risk, report warns

Every day billions of people depend on wild flora and fauna to obtain food, medicine and energy

1 month ago·London, United Kingdom
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Associated Press News

Wild species relied on by billions at risk, report warns

Every day billions of people depend on wild flora and fauna to obtain food, medicine and energy. But a new U.N.-backed report says that overexploitation, climate change, pollution and deforestation are pushing one million species towards extinction.

1 month ago·United States
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IBTimes

Billions Of People Rely On Wild Species For Food, Fuel, Income: UN

Rampant exploitation of nature is a threat to the billions of people across the world who rely on wild species for food, energy and income, according to a new report from United Nations biodiversity experts published Friday. From fishing and logging to the use of wild plants in medicines and perfumes, societies across the planet are deeply dependent on species that have not been tamed or cultivated in farming, with annual global legal and illeg…

1 month ago·United States
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New York Times

Biodiversity Crisis Affects Billions Who Rely on Wild Species, Researchers Say

Billions of people worldwide rely on some 50,000 wild species for food, energy, medicine and income, according to a sweeping new scientific report that concluded humans must make dramatic changes to hunting and other practices to address an accelerating biodiversity crisis. The report, prepared for the United Nations over four years by 85 experts from 33 countries, is the most comprehensive look yet at the pathways for using wild species sustaina

1 month ago·New York, United States
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The Washington Post

Wild species relied on by billions at risk, report warns

Every day billions of people depend on wild flora and fauna to obtain food, medicine and energy. But a new United Nations-backed report says that overexploitation, climate change, pollution and deforestation are pushing one million species towards extinction.

1 month ago·Washington, United States
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