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Four ways to tackle the climate and biodiversity crises simultaneously

By Pete Smith, Professor of Soils and Global Change, University of Aberdeen
Camille Parmesan, National Marine Aquarium Chair in Public Understanding of Oceans and Human Health, University of Plymouth
Mark Maslin, Professor of Earth System Science, UCL
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A landmark report by the world’s most senior climate and biodiversity scientists argues that the world will have to tackle the climate crisis and the species extinction crisis simultaneously, or not at all.

That’s because Earth’s land and ocean already absorbs about half of the greenhouse gases

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