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Human beings could become the first species to document their own extinction

Human beings could become the first species to document their own extinction. That's the warning from the United Nations. Ecosystems are collapsing and killing the world's wildlife. Without them, the lack of clean water and food would threaten the existence of humanity. There's still time to save ourselves, and the UN's biodiversity chief is urging governments to take action to protect the planet. But they must do it now. Hyder Abbasi reports.

Should countries be forced to take action to protect their wildlife?

Should countries be forced to take action to protect their wildlife?

Are the Media Ignoring the Biodiversity Crisis?

Are the Media Ignoring the Biodiversity Crisis?

Climate Change: Volunteers in Istanbul collect, recycle waste

Climate Change: Volunteers in Istanbul collect, recycle waste

Costa Rica Commits to fully decarbonise by 2050

Costa Rica Commits to fully decarbonise by 2050

Kiev says Moscow has completely destroyed the Donbass region

Kiev says Moscow has completely destroyed the Donbass region

UK to continue with Rwanda asylum project despite UN concerns

UK to continue with Rwanda asylum project despite UN concerns

Kiev asks remaining Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol to surrender

Kiev asks remaining Ukrainian soldiers in Mariupol to surrender

Rare cases reported in several countries around the world

Rare cases reported in several countries around the world

Finland and Sweden submit bids to join the NATO military alliance

Finland and Sweden submit bids to join the NATO military alliance

Australia set to elect PM in tight race

Australia set to elect PM in tight race

Hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers still in Mariupol steelworks

Hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers still in Mariupol steelworks

Water buffaloes called on to clear UK's channels

Water buffaloes called on to clear UK's channels

Zimbabweans face skyrocketing prices of basic goods

Zimbabweans face skyrocketing prices of basic goods

Report shows pollution claims 9M lives a year, Africa hardest hit

Report shows pollution claims 9M lives a year, Africa hardest hit

Israel's ruling coalition loses parliament majority

Israel's ruling coalition loses parliament majority

Russia's blockade of Ukrainian ports threatens food security

Russia's blockade of Ukrainian ports threatens food security

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