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Nineteen percent of Earth’s land could be uninhabitable by 2070, with up to one billion climate migrants by 2050

Climate Migration Article Heat Waves Climate Crisis
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Ecological destruction, pollution, and human-induced global heating are causing increasingly extreme floods, droughts, and weather events that put our food supply in danger

Sixth Mass Extinction Ecological Emergency Article Climate Crisis Food Crisis
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Ecological destruction and factory farms are creating the perfect conditions for viruses to jump from animals to humans

Sixth Mass Extinction Animal Agriculture Pandemic Ecological Emergency Zoonotic Disease Article
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Scientists worry that the human body has not evolved to withstand rising temperatures caused from human-induced global heating

Sixth Mass Extinction Water Shortage Heat Waves Ecological Emergency Article Climate Crisis
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The World Health Organization estimates that by 2025, half of the world's population will be living under water-stress exacerbated by global heating and ecological destruction

Water Shortage Drought Ecological Emergency Article Climate Crisis