Summary of major biodiversity-related environmental-change categories expressed as a percentage of human-driven change (in red) relative to baseline (blue)
To compare rates between different geographic regions, latitudinal gradients in species diversity should also be considered.
Industrial processes contributing to air pollution though the emission of carbon dioxide, sulfur dioxide, and nitrous oxide.
An infographic describing the relationship between biodiversity and food.
Earth's 25 terrestrial hot spots of biodiversity. These regions contain a number of plant and animal species and have been subjected to high levels of habitat destruction by human activity.