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July 30th, 2012
Biodiversity Decline in Tropical Wildlife Reserves More Destructive Than Climate Change: Study

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Scientists in the journal Nature have released yet another study full of dire predictions. This study analyzed ecological data from protected reserves in 36 tropical countries, the British Independent reported on July 27, and found that half of the reserves are showing the effects of what is happening outside their borders. Moreover, one of the researchers told Bloomberg, the resulting changes are even more marked than those resulting from climate change. Read More

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