Africa's extinction emergency - The Agenda
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Africa is home to some of the world's most endangered species, including mountain gorillas, Grevy’s zebra, and Ethiopian wolf. It is also home to the Congo basin, a huge carbon sink which benefits global oxygen flow.
But these animal numbers and natural resources are in sharp decline. That’s why Frederick Kumah and Jia Qiao from the African Wildlife Foundation are calling for greater emphasis on restoring Africa’s biodiversity and safeguarding it for the future. But have we already reached a point of no return? And what needs to happen to ensure the continent’s wildlife is not lost forever?
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