Climate or biodiversity?

  title={Climate or biodiversity?},
  author={Tegan Armarego-Marriott},
  journal={Nature Climate Change},
Climate change and the rapid rate of biodiversity loss are two defining environmental crises of our time, but approaches to deal with one often neglect the other. In particular, climate change mitigation measures often focus on protecting high-carbon ecosystems, irrespective of their biodiversity value. As such, global biodiversity and climate objectives may be in poor agreement, or even in conflict. In order to integrate these two objectives, Carolina Soto-Navarro and colleagues identified… Expand