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Destruction of biodiversity is unprecedented

Destruction of biodiversity is unprecedented: The population sizes of mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and fish between 1970 and 2016 has decreased on average by 68%. The Zoological Society of London with the WWF, which manages the Living Planet Index (LPI), shows that this crisis is particularly pronounced in the tropical subregions of the Americas, which…
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Post Covid 19 overseas business trips to fall

Post Covid 19 overseas business trips to fall: In a post-coronavirus future the number of overseas business trips taken each year could fall by more than a third. That’s according to international non-profit, the Climate Group, which conducted a survey to assess the long-term impacts of COVID-19 with100 sustainability professionals. Only one in ten say…
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