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An international team of scientists have called for more than 40 per cent of Earth’s land surface ‘to be conserved’ in order to ‘protect biodiversity’.
This target aligns with plans by the United Nations to “manage nature” by 2030.
A radical call to ‘protect’ the future of the world.
40% OF LAND BANNED?
More than 40 per cent of the land surface of the Earth “needs protecting” if we are to maintain current levels of biodiversity on the planet, according to researchers.
This message, from an international team of scientists, was discussed in a recently-released comprehensive analysis of animal habitat today in the journal, Science.