Always great when someone summarizes three major biodiversity publications for you in one tweet.
Big hitters in #conservation today, in a nutshell:
— Joe W Bull (@wildbusiness) September 10, 2020
Just in case something happens to that tweet, here’s the text:
Big hitters in conservation today, in a nutshell:
Biodiversity has declined globally for decades https://livingplanet.panda.org/en-gb/
but we’ve prevented some extinctions https://conbio.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/conl.12762
and could reverse loss by 2050 https://nature.com/articles/s41586-020-2705-y
And thanks to Joe Bull for saving me a lot of work.
Oh, and here’s a further spoiler from Twitter for the last paper on the list.
Avoiding future biodiversity losses will require ALL of these: (i) sustainable agricultural intensification, (ii) trade, (iii) reduced food waste, (iv) more plant-based human diets, and (v) increased extent and management of protected areas.https://t.co/pqOiPBY7uv
— Olivier Honnay (@olivierhonnay) September 10, 2020