'Greatest betrayal': Report reveals global wildlife populations have fallen 70 per cent in 50 years

James Murray
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Annual WWF Living Planet report warns continued biodiversity loss is jeopardising climate goals and undermining economic development

Global wildlife populations have seen an average decline of 69 per cent since 1970, according to the latest flagship Living Planet Report from WWF, which warns climate goals are being put at risk due to...

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