I literally wrote a book called "The End of Nature" and I still can't really wrap my head around yesterday's extinction report
A million species are at risk of extinction. We’re to blame.
The biodiversity crisis is driven by climate change, land use, hunting, poaching, pollution, & invasive species. The common link? Human activity: via 70% of Americans think global warming will harm plants & animals
Shucks. What have we done? 1 million species face extinction: the United Nations IPBES biodiversity report, explained - Vox
Nature is a slow author. Humans are quick killers. This is bad.
"Nature is a slow author; humans kill with vicious efficiency."
It seems a mistake to me that human-caused extinction of species is not immoral, but there are philosophers who affirm this.
A million species are at risk of extinction. Humans are to blame.