A 4°c Warmer World ‘Will Be Catastrophic’ for Forest Biodiversity – Expert

AlertNet: Global temperatures may be climbing at a rate too fast for our forests and its biodiversity to adapt, a scientist with the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) warned after the World Bank predicted a 4°C warming of the planet if policymakers continue to be apathetic about greenhouse gas emissions. "The long-term effects will undoubtedly be catastrophic," said Terry Sunderland, CIFOR principal scientist specialising in biodiversity. "Everything will become unbalanced and whole ecosystems......

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