Current emissions put the world on track for biodiversity collapse

Current emissions put the world on track for biodiversity collapse

The Straits Times - World·2021-04-09 12:06

PARIS (BLOOMBERG) - The lemurs of Madagascar and Himalayan snow leopards are among the hundreds of endemic species that will all but disappear if greenhouse gas emissions go unchecked.

The plants and animals that are unique to a single location such as one island or one country, are particularly vulnerable to climate change, according to research by a global team of scientists published in the Biological Conservation journal on Friday (April 9).

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