If not for us, For them?

Two disturbing trends—this year will likely be the hottest year on record and “We have lost one half of the animal population and knowing this is driven by human consumption, this is clearly a call to arms and we must act now,” said Mike Barratt, directory of science and policy at WWF. This year's record is a new high for the third year running, and means that 16 of the 17 hottest years on record have been this century.

If we can’t achieve a 1.5 degree limit and reduce our GHG emissions for our own species, surely we can do it for the others below.

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