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The Big Question: Saving the natural world

What's the first step toward saving the natural world?

By Prospect Team  

Elephants at Amboseli national park in Kenya. © Amoghavarsha

Each week, Prospect asks a range of experts, as well as our readers, to come up with answers to the questions defining the political agenda.

On Tuesday, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) released the latest version of its Living Planet Report, which found that the number of mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and fish in the world has dropped by more than half since 1970. It’s a sobering statistic, which reminds us that, in…

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