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Extinction is inevitable without immediate global action, say scientists

Over 100 countries are yet to agree to a pact aimed at reversing biodiversity decline

Landmark report calls for transformation of economic and global food systems

37% of the area identified for protection overlaps with Indigenous lands

"This is now a planet run by and for humans. There’s little left for the world.”

The government will also crack down on illegal and harmful fishing.

The proposal does not require the UK to cease trading with companies involved in illegal deforestation.

But it must be done sustainably. If not, the opposite will happen and marine ecosystems will collapse.

Coral reefs are among the most biodiverse ecosystems on the planet but they are under serious threat.

Researchers discovered the island is home to more than 2,800 species of orchid and 3,900 species of tree.

But the species is still on the brink of extinction in many countries.

This is the first time the idea had been tested and proved in a real environment.

What we choose to not buy will play a key role in species' recovery.

Just like us, the balance between good and bad bacteria is often disrupted in times of stress.

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