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New modelling shows extinction cascades caused by land use and climate change will wipe out more than a quarter of world biodiversity

unparalleled modelling of interconnected species loss shows cascading extinctions are unavoidable, and that the Earth will lose some 10% of its animals and plants by 2050, rising to 27% by 2100.

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Flinders University

Professor Cory Bradshaw

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