As large portions of the West Antarctica ice sheet continues to melt, a United Nations scientific committee cautions that worldwide sea levels may increase by as much as three feet by the end of the 21st century, displacing both people and wildlife in coastal regions of the planet. 

As large portions of the West Antarctica ice sheet continues to melt, a United Nations scientific committee cautions that worldwide sea levels may increase by as much as three feet by the end of the 21st century, displacing both people and wildlife in coastal regions of the planet. 

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 An estimated 706 million gallons of waste oil slips into the world's oceans each year, contaminating shorelines and effecting the terrestrial habitats of both humans and wildlife - impacting the commercial fishing industry, and interrupting the food chain on which fish and sea creatures depend, and on which their reproductive success is based. 

An estimated 706 million gallons of waste oil slips into the world's oceans each year, contaminating shorelines and effecting the terrestrial habitats of both humans and wildlife - impacting the commercial fishing industry, and interrupting the food chain on which fish and sea creatures depend, and on which their reproductive success is based. 

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  Deforestation of the Earth’s rain forests has led to the loss of  half of the topsoil on the planet over the last 150 years, causing some regions to experience more intense flooding, loss of plant life, and adverse effects upon wildlife habitats, as well as farmers whose livelihoods are inextricably linked to the dirt beneath their feet. 

Deforestation of the Earth’s rain forests has led to the loss of half of the topsoil on the planet over the last 150 years, causing some regions to experience more intense flooding, loss of plant life, and adverse effects upon wildlife habitats, as well as farmers whose livelihoods are inextricably linked to the dirt beneath their feet. 

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