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In 45 Years, We Have Killed 60% of Earth’s Wildlife

In 45 Years, We Have Killed 60% of Earth’s Wildlife

Humans have been around for more than 2 million years. But in the last 44 years, we have achieved what we haven’t in all this while: a mass annihilation of our fellow earthlings. Between 1970 and 2014, Earth lost nearly 60% decline of its mammals, birds, fish, reptiles and amphibians, almost all of it due to human activity. The rate at which Earth is losing its biodiversity is comparable only to the mass extinctions. 

More than 100 tribes across the world still live in total isolation from society

More than 100 tribes across the world still live in total isolation from society

We are more connected today than at any time in our species’ history, yet isolated pockets of people still manage to live apart from globalized society. These tribes can avoid the outside world largely because of their geographic isolation in some of the most remote corners of the planet. Unfortunately, environmental destruction and exploitation – such as clearing forests for timber and farms – put many of these cultures at great risk.

Indigenous lives and current threats to their existence and natural habitat

Indigenous lives and current threats to their existence and natural habitat

Indigenous lifestyle and mentality keep living isolated from our modernized society and still remaining a mystery. However, their living spaces and existence are under threat since their territories are seen obstacles for economic purposes by authorities. We aim to raise awareness for their rights and create a social impact by revitalizing the tribal traditions and magical totems.