WWF: These are the biggest threats to the Earth's biodiversity

Climate change was ranked as a 6% risk to Earth's biodiversity. Image: Unsplash/Sid Balachandran

Carmen Ang

Writer, Visual Capitalist


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Change in land and sea use was ranked at 50%. Image: Visual Capitalist
There has been a 94% decline in Latin America and the Carribean. Image: Visual Capitalist
Cliamte change only accounted for 6%. Image: Visual Capitalist
Changes in land and sea use is prevalent across all continents. Image: Visual Capitalist

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