NASA: Climate Change May Flip 40% of Earth’s Major Ecosystems This Century

Think Progress: The results of studies that try to quantify the effects of climate change on biodiversity loss - which include damage to the micro scale level of subspecies and genetic variation - are perhaps most shocking. When, however, you focus on the response to climate change at the macro level, the ecosystem level, you get a better understanding of what is one of the major drivers of that biodiversity loss: forced migrations. And even here, the numbers may be larger than one would expect, as a new assessment......

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