I come from a long line of animal lovers. As such, I am always asking how we can help our furry friends in need.
A disturbing new survey shows we humans need to focus on how we source our food and the kind of energy we use. Human activity is killing off the world’s wildlife population at record levels—the number of mammals, birds & fish have declined 58% since 1970. At this pace, two-thirds of global wildlife will be gone by 2020.
“This research delivers a wake-up call that for decades we’ve treated our planet as if it’s disposable,” said Carter Roberts, WWF president and CEO. “We created this problem. The good news is that we can fix it. It requires updating our approach to food, energy, transportation, and how we live our lives.”
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