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Diversity Inaction

We are currently living through the largest die-off of plant and animal species since the Dinosaurs 65 millions years ago. Many estimates put the loss over 30,000 species per year due to human activity. Dr. Reinhold Leinfelder, professor at Humboldt University in Berlin, explains this rapid loss of biodiversity and what it may mean for the health of the planet. The interview was drawn by cartoonist Jan Feindt and conducted by Alexandra Hamann, who is working on a book-length series of graphic interviews with Claudia Zea-Schmidt.



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