Climate Change

Climate change is causing a major redistribution of life on Earth

Species have often adapted to changes in their physical environment, but never before have they been expected to do it so fast. Image: REUTERS/Pauline Askin

Gretta Pecl

Associate Professor, University of Tasmania

Adriana Vergés

Senior Lecturer, University of New South Wales

Ekaterina Popova

Senior Scientist, National Oceanography Centre

Jan McDonald

Professor of Environmental Law, University of Tasmania

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