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Climate Change

Climate change will have profound and largely negative impacts on biodiversity. Plants, reptiles and particularly amphibians are expected to be at highest risk. According to research published in the journal Nature Climate Change (May 2013) looked at 50,000 globally widespread and common species and found that more than one half of the plants and one third of the animals will lose more than half of their climatic range by 2080 if nothing is done to reduce the amount of global warming and slow it down. But acting quickly to mitigate climate change could reduce losses by 60%.