WILDLIFE

BETWEEN 1970 and 2014

THE AVERAGE POPULATION SIZE OF AMPHIBIANS, REPTILES, MAMMALS, BIRDS AND FISH HAS

wildlife.png

60%

DROPPED BY

THE FOOD SYSTEM HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED AS THE BIGGEST CAUSE

wildlife.png

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.

icon_plate.png

HERE'S WHAT ELSE WE CAN SAVE WHEN WE SAVE 1/3

Small_Energy.png

ENERGY & EMISSIONS

2018 WWF - World Wide Fund for Nature
Terms & Conditions | Privacy Policy