New study shows global biodiversity loss can be reversed by tackling climate change

April 2, 2015 by  
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You would be hard pressed to find someone who can deny that humanity has had a drastic and dire impact on nearly every other species on the planet over the course of our species’ existence. A new study published in the journal Nature offers a broad view of exactly how much biodiversity has been lost since the 16th century, but also gives hope that some of this damage can be reversed if humanity takes some immediate and drastic action to tackle climate change. It turns out that developing strong carbon markets are the key to reversing biodiversity losses. Read the rest of New study shows global biodiversity loss can be reversed by tackling climate change Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: carbon markets , Climate Change , damage caused by humans , local biodiversity , new study nature journal , reverse biodiversity loss , tackling climate change , worldwide land use

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