What the future holds for Brazil’s Atlantic Forest

Brazil’s Atlantic Forest is one of the most biologically diverse places on Earth. Image: REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker

Oliver Wilson

PhD Candidate in Environmental Science, University of Reading


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Southern Brazil’s climates from 21,000 years before present (BP), present (late-20th and early-21st century) and future (2061-2080, high-emissions scenario). Image: Wilson et al. (2021)

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