BBC Wildlife Magazine

MARK CARWARDINE

The United Nations has just published its most damning report yet on the state of the natural world. It warns that nature is being destroyed at a rate unprecedented in human history – and this is endangering our own survival.

Published by the UN Convention on Biological Diversity, the report looks at a decade of so-called conservation efforts by 196 ratifying parties (including every member

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