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“…The interrelated biodiversity, health and climate crises that we face are unprecedented in human history, and the health of our planet and our future have never been so threatened. Biodiversity, the very basis of ecosystem functioning and resilience, is currently being lost at a magnitude that threatens Earth's ability to sustain future human life [3][4][5]. Scientists across disciplines agree that humanity is on an environmental precipice.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The interrelated biodiversity, health and climate crises that we face are unprecedented in human history, and the health of our planet and our future have never been so threatened. Biodiversity, the very basis of ecosystem functioning and resilience, is currently being lost at a magnitude that threatens Earth's ability to sustain future human life [3][4][5]. Scientists across disciplines agree that humanity is on an environmental precipice.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Exponential increases in resource extraction, combined with intensive production patterns and unsustainably high consumption levels, have resulted in massive land degradation, biodiversity loss, overexploitation and stock depletion of natural resources, pollution, emergence of infectious and the surge in non-communicable diseases, and climate change [4,7]. Intensification of food production systems, associated with the "Green Revolution's" aim of preventing widespread food insecurity, has lifted millions of people out of poverty [8,9].…”
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“…Industrialization of the agricultural sector has contributed to labor-efficient farming around the world that benefits from high-input production, monoculture, specialization and economies of scale. However, it has become clear that this development simultaneously contributes to the degradation of land, water and ecosystems, increased emissions of greenhouse gases, loss of biodiversity, as well as the economic and social stress experienced by farmers (Cristóvão, Koutsouris, and Kügler 2012;Díaz et al 2019;Frison 2016). Meanwhile, the agricultural sector is subject to an increasing level of uncertainty due to climate change, degradation of soil and water quality, fluctuating market prices, shifting regulations and societal demands, all of which call for more resilient solutions (Duru et al 2015;Folke 2006).…”
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“…Current levels of environmental change world-wide have led to alarming consequences for biodiversity and ecosystem functioning (Díaz et al, 2019;Newbold et al, 2015). Beyond affecting biodiversity and ecosystem services, environmental change can have persistent, long-term effects that propagate over time, from a few to thousands of years (Halley, Monokrousos, Mazaris, Newmark, & Vokou, 2016;Kuussaari et al, 2009;Leprieur et al, 2011;Moreno-Mateos et al, 2017;Rowan et al, 2020).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%