Climate change could wipe out half of all plant and animal species from the Amazon rainforest by 2100, finds study
The Independent -

More than half of the wildlife in the world’s most biodiverse areas could face extinction by the end of the century if efforts are not stepped up to combat climate change, according to a new report. The study, conducted by the World Wildlife Fund, University of East Anglia and the James Cook University, warns rising temperatures could have a disastrous impact on areas such as the Amazon, Galapagos islands and Madagascar, as well as European coasts and the Caribbean.


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