COP15: These are the latest biodiversity stories you need to read

From rewilding schemes to the destruction of invasive species, these stories will help you learn more about how we can protect biodiversity. Image: Unsplash/Hans-Jurgen Mager

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A chart showing the decline in global biodiversity  from 1970 to 2018.
If we are unable to limit warming to 1.5°C, climate change is likely to become the dominant cause of biodiversity loss in the coming decades. Image: WWF

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Dr. Matthew Agarwala from Cambridge University’s Bennett Institute for Public Policy


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More conservation efforts are needed to slow global biodiversity loss.
More conservation efforts are needed to slow global biodiversity loss. Image: Our World In Data

Pygmy pipehorse from New Zealand. biodiversity
Pygmy pipehorse from New Zealand. Image: Richard Smith

A chart showing how many species of wildlife have benefited from conservation efforts in Europe. biodiversity COP15
Many species of wildlife are making a comeback in Europe, due to conservation efforts. Image: Our World In Data

A map of the world showing where new species are most likely to be found.
The interactive map highlights hotspots where new species are most likely to be found. Image: Yale News

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