A new polar protection plan

Photo by Aleks Terauds

Photo by Aleks Terauds

A new pathway for saving Arctic and Antarctic biodiversity from climate change has been proposed by CEED scientists: the world should tackle immediate threats like pollution, over-fishing and invasive species in both the northern and southern polar regions to boost their ability to withstand climate change. Climate change remains the greatest threat to the Arctic and Antarctic – but there is much we can do right now to alleviate its impact on the polar regions.

http://ceed.edu.au/ceed-news/ceed-media-releases/298-ceed-release-polar.html

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