Humanity on brink of 'downward slope' as Harvard's modern-day Darwin sends grim warning



    “If we fail to do it, and a large portion of the biological diversity of the world is allowed to be exterminated, for all of the generations to come that carelessness will be regarded as one of humanity’s greatest failures.”

    The COP26 summit, which kicks off this Sunday, will mainly focus on the emissions of planet-warming greenhouse gasses and what can be done to slash them.

    But the event will be attended by many conservation groups who see the fight for wildlife and climate change as one and the same.

    The Ocean Conservation Trust, for example, has argued that the oceans are at the forefront of the fight against global warming.


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