‘Climate refugia’ areas are crucial to saving many bird species as global warming advances, study finds
October 8, 2018 | Canadian Press | Published News |
With more depressing results that suggest climate change threatens half of Canada’s songbirds with significant habitat loss, you might expect one of the new study’s authors to be downcast.
But Jeff Wells isn’t.
“We need to get out of that pessimistic, completely gloomy view of all the bad things that are happening and start thinking about solutions,” said Wells, chief scientist and lead author of the study...
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