30 Sep '14, 3pm

We all need to wake up: Report Says Wildlife Population Has Been Cut in Half in 40 Years

We all need to wake up: Report Says Wildlife Population Has Been Cut in Half in 40 Years

Report Says Wildlife Population Has Been Cut in Half in 40 Years 0 Tweet by Natalia Galbetti September 30, 2014 Categories: Animals , Causes , Science . The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has just released its 2014 Living Planet Report and it shows that humans are going through Earth’s resources at a much faster rate than nature can replenish them. The results: a growing human population and decreased wildlife, depleted natural habitats, and a gloomy vision of what the future has in store for us. ”We are using nature’s gifts as if we had more than just one Earth at our disposal,” wrote WWF Director General Marco Lambertini in the foreword to the publication. “By taking more from our ecosystems and natural processes than can be replenished, we are jeopardizing our very future.” According to the report, humans are going through natural resources at a rate that would require 1.5 E...

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