Too many species are in grave danger of being wiped off the face of the Earth. Like the pieces of a jigsaw, the threads in a tapestry, every last one of them is a vital part of the bigger picture.
The variety and abundance of the myriad life forms that make up our natural world hold the key to the health of the planet and everything on it, including the human race.
The widespread and rapid decline of these species, exacerbated by the destruction of their habitats, is contributing directly to the global climate crisis. In turn, that same crisis is increasing the rate of biodiversity loss, creating a vicious downward spiral.
We have one last chance to halt and reverse the worldwide decline of species.