Interesting to note it’s not climate change that is top of the list this time: 1) Changes in land / sea use; 2) direct exploitation of resources.
Species extinction risk: Approximately 25% of species are already threatened with extinction in most animal and plant groups studied.
Natural ecosystems: Natural ecosystems have declined by 47% on average, relative to their earliest estimated states.
Biomass and species abundance: The global biomass of wild mammals has fallen by 82%. Indicators of vertebrate abundance have declined rapidly since 1970.
Nature for indigenous people: 72% of indicators developed by local communities show ongoing deterioration of elements of nature important to them.
Live coral cover on reefs has nearly halved over the past 150 years.
Link to the Global Assessment website: https://www.ipbes.net/news/Media-Release-Global-Assessment