Climate change mitigation essential for even the most common species

Ecologist: It is well known that climate change will impact a great many species and ecosystems. The ranges of many species will change, ecosystem services will be disrupted, and biodiversity will be lost. But a new study has asked previously overlooked questions: What will happen if we try to stop climate change? What benefits would this bring in terms of avoiding biodiversity loss? And what will happen if we do nothing? The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change estimates that, should temperatures reach......

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