The activities of countless species are timed to their environment, including usual temperatures throughout the year.
Warming weather is causing hurricanes that end up making landfall to take more time to weaken.
Agriculture alone accounts for a third of global emissions, and its impacts could increase further still.
Much of Africa is likely to exceed a 2°C rise and more likely to see a 3-6°C rise by 2100 if high emissions continue. That's far beyond the temperature rise limited by the 2015 Paris Agreement.
A lag between when larvae and birds hatch because of warming weather could be catastrophic for bird hatchlings.
Already mammals, birds and amphibians around the planet have seen their natural habitat range shrink by 18% on average.