Back in 1945, just as WWII was coming to a close, nations around the world had been left in ruins and craved peace. Representatives of 50 countries gathered at the "United Nations Conference on International Organization" in San Francisco, California from 25 April to 26 June 1945. For the next two months, they proceeded to draft and then sign the UN Charter, which created a new international organization, "the United Nations," which, it was hoped, would prevent further cataclysmic events such as the two successive world wars, genocide, a devastating influenza pandemic, a worldwide economic depression, and crippling hunger and poverty across the war-torn world.
That would be like emptying the Americas, Europe, Africa, Oceania, and China of people... The monarch butterfly has had a 95% decline since the 1980s in North America: Two-thirds of ALL animals and insects are thought to be extinct in 2021. The World has lost two-thirds of all wild animals since the late '60s, early '70s. Billions of animals are dying annually around the world. Billions of songbirds are thought to have been lost in the US alone. Sea birds are dying in incredible numbers around the world due to a lack of fish.
In another report released by the journal "Science, "Advances are claiming the world's primates face an "extinction crisis" with 60% of species now threatened with extinction, according to research. A global study, involving more than 30 scientists, assessed the conservation status of more than 500 individual species. This also revealed that 75% of species have populations that are declining.
Add to this the unprecedented death of millions of tons of marine life around the world’s oceans and waterways all point to a crisis that has crossed the tipping point.
The world is creaking under the stress; crops are failing all over the world due to extreme weather, and with 7.5 billion people we can’t possibly feed everyone, even though the West probably throws away enough food to feed the poorest.