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The Climate and Biodiversity Crises, Curated by Marcene Mitchell

Our relationship with nature is broken and the crises of climate change and biodiversity loss are deeply entangled. The warmest seven years have all been since 2015. Since 1970, there has been a 68% decline in the number of birds, amphibians, mammals, fish, and reptiles. There is a path forward if we act now and together. These stories show the scale of the problem we face as well as the new and exciting ways in which people are tackling the climate crisis around the world.

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The Climate and Biodiversity Crises, Curated by Marcene Mitchell
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    About the Author

    Marcene Mitchell is the Senior Vice President of Climate Change at the WWF where she works on the organization's important climate agenda in the U.S. and globally.

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