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Living Planet Report 2022
The Living Planet Report 2022



A devastation fall in average wildlife populations since 1970 is revealed by the WWF's flagship Living Planet Report. Our future is critically dependent on biodiversity but the Living Planet Report shows we are losing it at an alarming rate.


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