Released biennially, the World Wildlife Foundation's Living Planet Report surveys and summarizes biodiversity and ecology trends. The 2020 report is the 13th installment, and it challenges readers to build better relationships with nature. The link above provides an interactive introduction to the report, available in English and Spanish. Scrolling down the page, readers will encounter the Living Planet Index section, which notes an alarming drop in animal populations since the 1970s. Additionally, readers will find a pop-quiz question and an infographic that tracks regional footprints. Finally, near the bottom of the page, visitors will find options to download the full report or the report summary in PDF form. Among other themes, the report explores the interdependence of people and the planet and ways to foster more sustainable relationships. The report also includes commentary on how COVID-19 has presented unique challenges and opportunities for addressing the loss of nature. And, readers should not leave the report feeling helpless. Back on the introductory page, viewers can follow the link in the "What Can You Do?" box for some simple suggestions to make a difference.