I cannot believe that this question still needs to be asked.
“Roughly 88% of the 20,000 species looked at will lose habitat to farmland by 2050, and roughly 1300 will lose 25% of their remaining habitat. This is #badnews and could hugely increase #extinction risks.”
TLDR: we projected that ~88% of the 20,000 #species we looked at will lose habitat to farmland by 2050, and ~1300 will lose 25% (a QUARTER!) of their remaining habitat. This is #badnews and could hugely increase #extinction risks. 2/ https://t.co/VTKww14MrU
— David Williams (@ZoologyDave) December 21, 2020
2020 wasn’t all bad.
But getting to the bottom of how healthy fish really is may be a moot point after long. “Since fish isn’t a sustainable food source, research now will probably focus on solutions to that – such as how to grow algae and harvest omega-3 oil, instead of more studies into fish,” Calder says.