ALEX AWITI: Address climate change, biodiversity loss together

In Summary
  • In the past half-century, the population of humankind has more than doubled in just 50 years, increasing from 3.7 billion to 7.8 billion between 1970 and 2020
  • The massive population increase and the associated economic expansion has wrought unprecedented pressure on terrestrial and aquatic systems

Since the Paris Climate Accord, the world has been singularly focused on averting dangerous warming. While global goodwill is reassuring, concrete action to drastically cut greenhouse gas emissions ...

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