Posted by: Sandy Steinman | April 17, 2020

Wildlife Collapse From Climate Change Is Predicted to Hit Suddenly and Sooner

The New York Times reports

Climate change could result in a more abrupt collapse of many animal species than previously thought, starting in the next decade if greenhouse gas emissions are not reduced, according to a study published this month in Nature.

The study predicted that large swaths of ecosystems would falter in waves, creating sudden die-offs that would be catastrophic not only for wildlife, but for the humans who depend on it.

Read more at  Wildlife Collapse From Climate Change Is Predicted to Hit Suddenly and Sooner – The New York Times


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