Can Biodiversity Credits Prevent the Sixth Mass Extinction?

Minerva Singh
4 min readJan 2, 2023
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In the history of biodiversity on Earth, there have been five major extinction events, all of which were brought on by dramatic but normal occurrences. Three-quarters of the animal species that exist today may go extinct in the next 300 years, according to a study conducted by Barnosky and colleagues in 2011. They evaluated the extinction rate of mammals, abundant in the fossil record…

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Minerva Singh

PhD in Quantitative Ecology (Cambridge University). Passionate about AI, finance & sustainability. For cryptocurrency insights: https://amzn.to/3yVtsgP