Wildlife across the globe faces the greatest risk of extinction since dinosaurs kicked the bucket, according to a report published by the Swiss-based World Conservation Union (IUCN) and the Washington, D.C.-based Future Harvest. The report says conservation strategies ain’t working, in part because 45 percent of the world’s major nature reserves are being used to grow food. But don’t give up hope (however far-fetched). The report goes on to review successful examples of places where nature is being preserved in tandem with food production.