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ID number:216340
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Published: 23.09.2010.
Language: English
Level: College/University
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The changing climate has become the usual suspect of biodiversity loss and threatens its role as a source of essential ecosystem “goods and services” provider.
Biodiversity is at risk, because of adapting to an already changing climate.
Existing species living in a delicate balance with regional climate and is constantly becoming particularly sensitive to climate changes.
Habitats like forests, bogs and coral reefs are home for several living organisms. If there will be no normal climate, lots of all living organisms will be lost. For species, it is not so easy or sometimes even impossible, to adapt in a different climate. It is a catastrophe, because big parts, of them are products that are important for people’s living and wellbeing. With every species we lose, we not only lose a remedy for global health problems, but also big money, because 40% of world trade is based on biological products or processes. We can compare it with the air, like if there will no be air what to breathe. With our influence we can not affect only one mind, because they all are to close and that is why influence each other. …

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