Animal extinctions: “It is man who harms biodiversity”


With the approach of a series of decisive global meetings for the protection of biodiversity, WWF draws up, in a report entitled “Living Planet”, a terrifying observation on the state of biodiversity, including in France, and launches an “SOS for nature”. According to this scientific analysis carried out every two years, the population of vertebrates, fish, birds, mammals, amphibians, reptiles, etc., fell by 68% between 1970 and 2016. Mainly because of human activities (overexploitation of land, deforestation, pollution , etc.) and global warming. The explanations of the director of programs of the World Wide Fund for Nature France (WWF) Arnaud Gauffier. .

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