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    High stakes for biodiversity, depending on which climate change target we reach /Link



    A new assessment finds that, by 2100, the number of plant and vertebrate species losing more than half of their natural ranges will double if global warming is limited to 2°Celsius (C), rather than 1.5°C; insects are projected to be impacted the most, with 18 percent losing over half of their natural ranges under the warmer scenario.




    Published on 17 May 2018 at 04:00AM

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