Israeli ecosystems appear too tough for climate change

Times of Israel: Climate change may not pose a serious risk to plants in parts of Israel in the coming decades, according to an ecological study based on years of induced drought. The conclusion - the plants are tougher than the changes - runs counter to the current scientific consensus. Semi-arid and Mediterranean ecosystems are thought to be among the most vulnerable to climate change, but in the study, conducted by an international team of scientists, a nine-year climate change rainfall simulation had almost......

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