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A call to action on climate and biodiversity – First “Mass Extinction” Since Dinosaurs

A recent study claims the earth has entered the first mass extinction since the Dinosaurs due to destructive development practices and climate change.  As scientists continue to study the rate of biodiversity decline, and the impacts from climate change, studies like this are important as calls to action to better protect biodiversity, develop mitigation and adaptation measures to address climate change, and to urge policymakers, developers, and citizens to end destructive development practices.

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