Very distantly related to Critical Existence Failure, which is about video games where only the last hit point counts as far as staying alive or uninjured.
In Real Life this is much rarer than in fiction, but it does happen (see examples below).
The world’s herbaria and other natural history collections house specimens critical to science and society.
In recent years, these collections have begun accelerating the pace of digital data creation for specimen information, and crowdsourcing and citizen science have emerged as highly successful innovations that also increase public science literacy and research sustainability.
Karsts represent hotspots of diversity and endemism, but are under-represented in protected areas and under significant threat.
With many species only occurring on a single site, the lack of protection and research means that the loss of each karst represents an incalculable loss of biodiversity.
The effects of global change on rare, endangered, and endemic plant species are highly variable, including geographic range shifts as well as changes in relative species abundance, phenology, and other ecological aspects of their biotic communities.
Nowadays, global change including human-induced environmental changes are accelerating rapidly, and many rare plant species, discrete populations, and whole species assemblages are now threatened with extinction.In addition, the proposed symposium will also provide a detailed interpretation of the new guidelines for plant reintroduction among different stakeholders and international organizations.The East-Southeast Asia region, currently rich in biodiversity, has experienced rapid urbanisation and improved socioeconomic conditions, but has suffered the greatest loss in species diversity compared to any tropical region over the last 50 years.As urban development replaces native or remnant habitat, resources in the surrounding areas are depleted to support urban economies causing biodiversity loss.However, in urban environments, insects such as bees and butterflies, continue to offer important benefits to humans, especially pollination of plants which contributes to improved well-being and productivity.It is known that approximately 126 pine species is distributed in the world.