Climate change leads to a loss of species. Our planet is warming faster than at any time in the past 10,000 years. With these changes, species have to adapt to new climate patterns (variations in rainfall; longer, warmer summers etc).
Currently, the International Union for Conservation of Nature lists 5,583 species as critically endangered, including subspecies of animals and plants. Another 20,000 species are classified as endangered or vulnerable. One million species may be pushed to extinction in the next few years, with serious consequences for human beings as well as the rest of life on Earth. Shrinking habitat, exploitation of natural resources, climate change and pollution are the main drivers of species loss. We are the first...
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