Forests to go the way of coral reefs, unable to keep pace in a warming world.

“We have to be aware that climate change and biodiversity loss are stress factors for ecosystems, for humans, for animals, and for the microbiome. Our research shows that if the different axes of the disease pyramid are destabilized, new infectious diseases can be expected, including for humans.” Dirk Schmeller, Université de Toulouse Forests, like the ocean,…

Global Warming has shifted the 'major wind-driven ocean currents' poleward.

What have we done? A new study published in the Geophysical Research Letters has found that the vital role ocean circulation plays in our climate, weather, and marine life has shifted due to our warming planet. The study reveals for the “first time, independent satellite observational evidence demonstrating that the large‐scale ocean gyres are moving…