BETWEEN 1970 and 2014
THE AVERAGE POPULATION SIZE OF AMPHIBIANS, REPTILES, MAMMALS, BIRDS AND FISH HAS
THE FOOD SYSTEM HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS THE BIGGEST CAUSE
WHEN WE SAVE 1/3 OF FOOD (AND AS A CONSEQUENCE SAVE THE WATER, ENERGY AND NATURAL HABITATS CONSUMED TO PRODUCE IT) IT OFFERS US
OUR BEST CHANCE TO REVERSE THIS DECLINE IN BIODIVERSITY
WHAT'S IN IT FOR HUMANITY? MORE THAN YOU MIGHT THINK
Animals are a crucial part of our living planet. They pollinate plants including food crops; improve soil quality; stabilise wildlife population numbers and do countless other things to ensure the cycle of nature continues smoothly.
Save 1/3 won’t just save rhinos from extinction; or ensure we have enough cats to keep YouTube supplied with content. Biodiversity is essential for ensuring our planet can continue to provide us with air, fuel, water and food.