UN: human overactive harm biodiversity endanger the water supply of grain

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  According to reports, the scientific community and officials from around the world gathered in Colombia to attend the UN Conference on Biological Diversity, the biodiversity and ecosystem services Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform (IPBES) of more than 550 research scientists compiled published reports at the meeting and by the government of 129 countries accepted。
  The report notes, pollution, climate change and the burning of forests to open up farmland as the most serious threat to natural ecosystems, so that the extent of global biodiversity continue to decline。
  Research report covers the Americas, Asia Pacific, Africa, Europe and Central Asia, it is expected if the trend continues, by 2050, America's plant and animal species will be reduced by 15% now, by 2048 Asia will not catch for commercial fishing。
In addition, the species appears only in Europe, about 28% being threatened, and Africa to the end of the century, may lose half of birds and mammals。
  One of the authors report Watson believes that biodiversity loss, meaning that humans can supply food and clean water reduction would jeopardize the economy, food security and residents living around the world。