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 Environmental disturbances have resulted in the extinction of a wide range of animals and plants in recent decades. Our air and water are polluted; our forests have been denuded. Our environment is no longer secure for future generations. Whatever we do, we generate carbon emissions. And, rather unsurprisingly, we generate a lot. Back in 1970, the world’s population exhaled about 14.4 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide. In 2015, we breathed out about 35 billion tonnes. There are five global trends that pose a major threat to our planet. These issues must be resolved sooner than later if the world is to remain a supportive habitat for humans and other species.