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Brazil's Atlantic Forest will change more in the next 50 years than at any time since the last ice age

By Oliver Wilson, PhD Candidate in Environmental Science, University of Reading
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For one of Earth’s most biodiverse forests, 21,000 years of natural change pale in comparison to modern, man-made climate breakdown.

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