Future of the Environment

We've lost 60% of wildlife in less than 50 years

Many of us find it hard to grasp the real pace of decline going on in the natural world. Image: REUTERS/Baz Ratner

Emma Charlton
Senior Writer, Formative Content
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WWF Living Planet Report 2018
Image: Wildlife populations under pressure
Gharials are just one example of a declining species
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Rising chemicals, rising temperatures and rising ocean acidification
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