Summary of major biodiversity-related environmental-change categories expressed as a percentage of human-driven change (in red) relative to baseline (blue)
All adult Eurasian blue tits share the same coloration, unmistakably identifying the morphospecies.
Demonstrator against biodiversity loss, at Extinction Rebellion (2018).
The Forest Landscape Integrity Index measures global anthropogenic modification on remaining forests annually. 0 = Most modification; 10= Least.
Industrial processes contributing to air pollution though the emission of carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrous oxide.
Mass fishing of Pacific jack mackerel (with possible bycatch) with a Chilean purse seiner.
DPSIR: drivers, pressures, state, impact and response model of intervention
An infographic describing the relationship between biodiversity and food.
Earth's 25 terrestrial hot spots of biodiversity. These regions contain a number of plant and animal species and have been subjected to high levels of habitat destruction by human activity.

These ecological effects of biodiversity in turn are affected by both climate change through enhanced greenhouse gases, aerosols and loss of land cover, and biological diversity, causing a rapid loss of biodiversity and extinctions of species and local populations.

- Ecological effects of biodiversity

Ecological effects of biodiversity are usually counteracted by its loss.

- Biodiversity loss
Summary of major biodiversity-related environmental-change categories expressed as a percentage of human-driven change (in red) relative to baseline (blue)

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