1. Extinction level global warming
2. Industrial emptying of oceans
3. Wildlife-eliminating pesticides
4. Corporate killing of forests
5. Ecocidal cruelty of factory farms
6. Rising global malnutrition
7. Accelerating water crises
8. Plastic everywhere
Millions of species depend on plants for their survival, humans included. Abrupt climate breakdown is contributing to extraordinary extinction rates, and it looks like this is just the beginning.
The systematic emptying of the Ocean.
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