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WWF Predicts Mass Extinction of Wildlife by 2020 - NewsBlaze (registration) (blog);

WWF Predicts Mass Extinction of Wildlife by 2020 - NewsBlaze (registration) (blog)

NewsBlaze (registration) (blog)WWF Predicts Mass Extinction of Wildlife by 2020NewsBlaze (registration) (blog)The World Wildlife Fund today revealed the worst case scenario for the status of the world's wildlife by the end of the decade. WWF says more than two thirds of the world's wildlife could be gone by 2020 if worldwide action isn't taken soon. The ...and more »

Two-thirds of our animals will likely be gone in 3 years' time, WWF report says - Mic;

Two-thirds of our animals will likely be gone in 3 years' time, WWF report says - Mic

MicTwo-thirds of our animals will likely be gone in 3 years' time, WWF report saysMicIf humans don't do anything to reverse the trend, by 2020, we will have lost two-thirds of the animals we had in 1970, according to the World Wide Fund for Nature's 2016 "Living Planet Report." WWF's report uses the Living Planet Index, which "measures ...and more »

No Thanks, Humans: Global Vertebrate Population On Course To Drop Two Thirds By 2020 - Tech Times;

No Thanks, Humans: Global Vertebrate Population On Course To Drop Two Thirds By 2020 - Tech Times

Tech TimesNo Thanks, Humans: Global Vertebrate Population On Course To Drop Two Thirds By 2020Tech TimesThe rising habitat loss abetted by human activity has led to the decline of 58 percent of wildlife between 1970 and 2012, according to a report from World Wildlife Fund. The affected mammals include elephants, as seen in the picture. ( Taylor Weidman ...and more »

Mass Wildlife Extinction Reportedly Underway, Researchers Expect Two-Thirds To Be Gone By 2020 - The Inquisitr;

Mass Wildlife Extinction Reportedly Underway, Researchers Expect Two-Thirds To Be Gone By 2020 - The Inquisitr

The InquisitrMass Wildlife Extinction Reportedly Underway, Researchers Expect Two-Thirds To Be Gone By 2020The InquisitrAccording to a new report from the World Wildlife Fund, a mass wildlife extinction is currently underway on planet Earth. According to the WWF, if nothing substantially changes in the very immediate future, roughly two-thirds of the planet's vertebrate ...and more »

Be alarmed - The Indian Express;

Be alarmed - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressBe alarmedThe Indian ExpressA WWF report has quantified what conservationists and environmentalists have feared for long. The world lost 58 per cent of its animal population between 1970 and 2012. The report apprehends that the number of wild animals in 2020 will be a third of ...and more »

Wildlife in decline: Earth's vertebrates fall 58% in past four decades - Nature.com;

Wildlife in decline: Earth's vertebrates fall 58% in past four decades - Nature.com

Nature.comWildlife in decline: Earth's vertebrates fall 58% in past four decadesNature.comThe European eel (Anguilla anguilla) is one of many freshwater species that is in decline because of habitat changes. The populations of Earth's wild mammals, birds, amphibians, fish and other vertebrates declined by more than half between 1970 and ...and more »

WWF reports two-thirds of world's wildlife could be extinct by 2020 - CW39;

WWF reports two-thirds of world's wildlife could be extinct by 2020 - CW39

CW39WWF reports two-thirds of world's wildlife could be extinct by 2020CW39HOUSTON — Wildlife? More like wild death! An alarming new report from the World Wildlife Fund says animal populations on earth are plummeting. And we're to blame. The WWF's Living Planet Report found a 58 percent drop in all wild animal populations ...and more »

WWF Report: Two-Thirds of Wildlife Will Disappear By 2020 - Futurism;

WWF Report: Two-Thirds of Wildlife Will Disappear By 2020 - Futurism

FuturismWWF Report: Two-Thirds of Wildlife Will Disappear By 2020FuturismThe World Wildlife Fund is projecting the further decline of the planet's biodiversity by a staggering 67% by 2020. While this is shocking, all hope is not lost. With initiatives like the Paris Climate Agreement, humanity is showing a willingness to ...and more »

There's another war on the horizon, and it's both tragic and terrifying - The Canary;

There's another war on the horizon, and it's both tragic and terrifying - The Canary

The CanaryThere's another war on the horizon, and it's both tragic and terrifyingThe CanaryA new report has revealed the source of future war. And its prediction is both tragic and terrifying in equal measure. The report. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has just released its 2016 report on its Living Planet Index (LPI). The report insists that ...and more »

World's wildlife has declined 60 percent in last 40 years - Science Recorder;

World's wildlife has declined 60 percent in last 40 years - Science Recorder

Science RecorderWorld's wildlife has declined 60 percent in last 40 yearsScience RecorderThe Living Planet Report shows that the world's wildlife is in serious decline. PublicDomainPictures / Pixabay. 255. SHARES. ShareTweetRedditSubscribe. StumbleuponGoogleMail. Sign up to receive our weekly newsletter of the most popular science stories: ...and more »

Majority Of The Worlds Animals To Disappear In Just 4 Years - Neon Nettle;

Majority Of The Worlds Animals To Disappear In Just 4 Years - Neon Nettle

Neon NettleMajority Of The Worlds Animals To Disappear In Just 4 YearsNeon NettleTwo thirds of wild animals will disappear from the earth by 2020 a new scientific report has said. Two-thirds of wild animals will disappear from the earth by 2020 a new scientific report has said. The mass decline of natural animals on the planet is ...and more »

World's wildlife population on verge of 'mass extinction' - Metro;

World's wildlife population on verge of 'mass extinction' - Metro

MetroWorld's wildlife population on verge of 'mass extinction'MetroSome warnings you just need to sit up and take notice of – and this seems like one of them. Quite shockingly, conservationists have warned that the world's animal population is on the verge of a mass extinction – the planet's first since the dinosaurs.and more »

Where has all the wildlife gone? New report shows huge drop in populations. - Christian Science Monitor;

Where has all the wildlife gone? New report shows huge drop in populations. - Christian Science Monitor

Christian Science MonitorWhere has all the wildlife gone? New report shows huge drop in populations.Christian Science MonitorWildlife populations have declined an average of 58 percent from 1970 levels worldwide, according to the conservation group WWF. By Joseph Dussault, Staff October 27, 2016. Save for later Saved. close. An endangered white Bengal tiger stares at ...and more »

'Protect Swiss waterways or lose our fish': WWF - The Local Switzerland;

'Protect Swiss waterways or lose our fish': WWF - The Local Switzerland

The Local Switzerland'Protect Swiss waterways or lose our fish': WWFThe Local SwitzerlandEighty-five percent of fish species in Switzerland are under threat and eight have become extinct in the country, according to a report by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Published on Thursday, the Living Planet Report studied 14,152 populations of 3 ...and more »

Humanity Killing Off Earth's Wildlife: Study - Newsweek Pakistan;

Humanity Killing Off Earth's Wildlife: Study - Newsweek Pakistan

Newsweek PakistanHumanity Killing Off Earth's Wildlife: StudyNewsweek PakistanNearly three fifths of all animals with a backbone—fish, birds, amphibians, reptiles and mammals—have been wiped out since 1970 by human appetites and activity, according to a grim study released on Thursday. On current trends, that plunge in stocks ...and more »

Global wildlife populations: 58 percent decline, driven by food and energy demand - Science Daily;

Global wildlife populations: 58 percent decline, driven by food and energy demand - Science Daily

Science DailyGlobal wildlife populations: 58 percent decline, driven by food and energy demandScience DailyDate: October 27, 2016; Source: World Wildlife Fund; Summary: Global populations of vertebrates -- mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fish -- have declined by 58 percent between 1970 and 2012, states a new report. Animals living in the world's ...and more »

One third of India's flora and fauna species are now facing extinction - Daily News & Analysis;

One third of India's flora and fauna species are now facing extinction - Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & AnalysisOne third of India's flora and fauna species are now facing extinctionDaily News & AnalysisMore than half of the globe's wildlife population, especially those living in freshwater, are facing an imminent decline as human needs are destroying natural habitats, the Living Planet Report 2016 has said. India is one of the vulnerable countries as ...and more »

Two-thirds of wild animals may go extinct by 2020, warns report - The Hindu;

Two-thirds of wild animals may go extinct by 2020, warns report - The Hindu

The HinduTwo-thirds of wild animals may go extinct by 2020, warns reportThe HinduThe Living Planet assessment by the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) suggests that if the trend continues that decline could reach two-thirds among vertebrates by 2020. The figures suggest that animals living in ...and more »

World faces two-thirds fall in wildlife numbers: WWF - The Weather Network;

World faces two-thirds fall in wildlife numbers: WWF - The Weather Network

The Weather NetworkWorld faces two-thirds fall in wildlife numbers: WWFThe Weather NetworkThursday, October 27, 2016, 7:27 PM - Global diversity could fall by two thirds by 2020, according to a new report from the World Wildlife Fund. Specifically, the WWF's report, released Thursday, says the decline could reach 67 per cent when compared ...and more »

World Wild Life: 58 percent of wildlife population decreased in 40 years - Pulse Headlines;

World Wild Life: 58 percent of wildlife population decreased in 40 years - Pulse Headlines

Pulse HeadlinesWorld Wild Life: 58 percent of wildlife population decreased in 40 yearsPulse HeadlinesLondon – World Wild Life (WWF) published a report on the current status of the environment, animals and climate change. The organization stated that from 1970 to 2012, 58 percent of wildlife population has decreased. The global population of wild ...and more »