Human impact on the earth, here are the latest conclusions of the IPCC

Soil untouched by humans accounts for only 28% of the planet's surface. The IPPC just released an alarming report which shows the dramatic consequences of the exploitation of land by the human race. Here is what the report uncovered👇

08/09/2019 6:31 PM
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  • Adri F.
    08/09/2019 18:23

    The majority of the agricultural land is used to feed farm animals.

  • Hamzah R.
    08/09/2019 18:28

    Correction harm done by the companies trying to keep their profit margins even if it means over production and disposal.

  • Nuala M.
    08/09/2019 18:29

    Scary 😢

  • John Q.
    08/09/2019 18:36

    Wow. We better get busy. It’ll take a long time to plow over that final 28%.

  • Rajko P.
    08/09/2019 18:53

    Nina Rossi

  • Michael S.
    08/09/2019 19:16

    Very interesting, the only problem is that, mostly, only those interested in the effects of Climate Change will watch or pay attention.

  • Norm F.
    08/09/2019 19:20

    Too much population

  • Renfebron R.
    08/09/2019 20:01

    Were going into somekind of global environmental catastrophic shutdown were asking for our own destruction in so what we called progressive ultra modern development is quite leading us into a wrong direction so sad

  • David A.
    08/09/2019 20:13

    In British Columbia, Canada, 58% of our forests are original.

  • John G.
    08/09/2019 21:27

    So at last we see the real problem is too many people not CO2. Limit your family to one child only and take some personal responsibility.

  • John Q.
    08/10/2019 00:34

    Hamzah Romaine if I understand correctly, you are claiming that due to profit based incentives, agricultural producers overproduce agricultural products, which ultimately go to waste. You don’t indicate at what stage of the cycle the waste occurs, what agricultural products are wasted, in what region(s) of the world this occurs. In short, you provide no information backing up your claim. There is nothing for me to attempt to disprove. Not a cop out, you simply haven’t backed up your own claim. I did find this article from 1961 informative:

  • David W.
    08/10/2019 01:43

    Overpopulation will be the end of us.

  • Connar A.
    08/10/2019 08:20

    No evidence or supporting links.. if this was any school project. You would have failed haha

  • Premek R.
    08/10/2019 10:58

    Yet the same people are telling us that we need to breed more to sustain our societies. Unless you want to live in some kind of green dictatorship or scorched earth you need to address human overpopulation first. Also, if people in certain countries are encouraged to have 5+ kids per family whilst we in Europe are being told to drastically change our way of life, it will do a jack shit to improve the environment.

  • Yasmin K.
    08/10/2019 12:06

    Kill all the humans and let world heal

  • Brooks K.
    08/10/2019 12:37

    So, do you have a point, or is the point the spread fear?

  • Ryan P.
    08/10/2019 15:28

    We should seriously address overpopulation

  • Rebecca B.
    08/11/2019 05:36

    And Trump is trying to decrease it to zero

  • Tomek C.
    08/11/2019 23:18

    I'm afraid there is no hope for us unless somehow magically we reduce without harming enyone half of the human population right now.

  • Dimas M.
    08/12/2019 03:24

    Big corporations