What percentage of wildlife do you think is at risk of disappearing if stronger efforts aren’t taken to combat climate change? What if we told you that a study recently conducted by @WWF and other researchers found that up to 50% of wildlife found in the world’s most biodiverse areas–like the Amazon and the Galapagos Islands–is at risk of extinction in the next century... Well that’s the truth, as reported by @TIME, who outlines the disastrous effects of rising global temperatures on 80,000 species of plants and animals. How are you going to act on climate change? - Years Of Living Dangerously

What percentage of wildlife do you think is at risk of disappearing if stronger efforts aren’t taken to combat climate change? What if we told you that a study recently conducted by @WWF and other researchers found that up to 50% of wildlife found in the world’s most biodiverse areas–like the Amazon and the Galapagos Islands–is at risk of extinction in the next century… Well that’s the truth, as reported by @TIME, who outlines the disastrous effects of rising global temperatures on 80,000 species of plants and animals. How are you going to act on climate change?

What percentage of wildlife do you think is at risk of disappearing if stronger efforts aren’t taken to combat climate change? What if we told you that a study recently conducted by @WWF and other researchers found that up to 50% of wildlife found in the world’s most biodiverse areas–like the Amazon and the Galapagos Islands–is at risk of extinction in the next century… Well that’s the truth, as reported by @TIME, who outlines the disastrous effects of rising global temperatures on 80,000 species of plants and animals. How are you going to act on climate change?

What percentage of wildlife do you think is at risk of disappearing if stronger efforts aren’t taken to combat climate change? What if we told you that a study recently conducted by @WWF and other researchers found that up to 50% of wildlife found in the world’s most biodiverse areas–like the Amazon and the Galapagos Islands–is at risk of extinction in the next century… Well that’s the truth, as reported by @TIME, who outlines the disastrous effects of rising global temperatures on 80,000 species of plants and animals. How are you going to act on climate change?

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