We all belong to the same planet

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For the last couple of decades, the climate crisis has largely overshadowed the biodiversity crisis, perhaps because its threat seemed more dire. But the balance may be shifting. Scientists warn that declines in biodiversity can lead to ecosystem collapse, threatening humanity’s food and water supply.
“if we lose a really large fraction of species on earth, that’s an existential threat.” says Paul Leadley, an ecologist at Paris-Saclay University and co-author of a report on climate change and biodiversity loss . By protecting and restoring nature, the report said, we can safeguard biodiversity, help limit warming, improve human well being and even find protection from the consequences of climate change, like intensified flooding and storms.