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Wildlife populations face fast decline in Latin America
As part of the Living Planet Report 2022, also known as the Living Planet Report, IIS researcher and report co-author Bruna Pavani was interviewed by CGTN America for the article “Wildlife populations face rapid decline in Latin America”. CGTN America is the channel of the China Global Television Network (CGTN), the international division of the state-owned media organization China Central Television (CCTV), which manages comprehensive coverage in North and South America. This report has been produced by WWF in collaboration with the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) in order to summarize the critical current situation in nature. The connection between the biodiversity and climate crises, their socio-environmental impacts and the possibilities for a more sustainable future are central themes of the document. Learn more about the report at this link. The researcher emphasized the importance of promoting research that generates and monitors biodiversity and climate data, especially in Brazil. These data help to understand the changes in nature over time, highlighting the urgency to subsidize and carry out actions that can help revert the degrading condition of biodiversity and climate change simultaneously.
Article published by “CGTN” on October 27, 2022