Aug 25, 2015

Act now, or tropical forests will be a sorry sight in 2100 - The Ecologist

Based on current performance tropical forests, the world's most biodiverse ecosystems, are set to be reduced to species-impoverished fragments by the end of the century, writes Simon Lewis. But it's not inevitable. Decisive action by the world's governments in Paris in December could secure desperately needed change.

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