Photo: Pixabay/Kanenori Among the world’s ecosystems most vulnerable to climate change are coral reefs. “Coral reefs are very much the rainforests of the oceans,” observes the Knowledge Project. “Not only are they diverse communities, but the coral skeletons — like
Peatlands cover just 3% of the Earth’s total land surface, yet store over one-third of the planet’s soil carbon.
"We know in detail what is happening to our planet, and we know many of the things we need to do during this decade," he said.
This is “our final chance to avert a climate catastrophe, turn back the deadly tide of pollution and end species loss.”
“We only planned to seize a vehicle but it turned out we saved many macaques,” explained a senior police officer.
Most areas at especially high risk of animal-human conflicts are in East and West Africa, according to researchers.