Global Temperature Increases Could Threaten Global Biodiversity

RedOrbit: If global temperatures increase by more than two degrees Celsius, it could have a dramatic impact on the biodiversity of both plants and animals, according to new research published in the latest edition of the journal Nature Climate Change. In fact, according to BBC News Environment Correspondent Matt McGrath, the authors assert that more than half of common plant species and one-third of all animals could experience a serious decline in their habitat range because of global warming. However, they......

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