Australia’s failing biodiversity effort
Governments around the world have long been skeptical about investing in conservation efforts.
A new study published by Nature has proven this shouldn’t be the case, revealing that funding is crucial in reducing global biodiversity loss.
Australia is one of the worst offenders and one of seven countries who are responsible for more than half of all biodiversity loss around the world.
What does this all means for Australia’s biodiversity future?
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