Future of the Environment

Beavers can help mitigate the effects of climate change. But how significant is their impact?

Beavers could play an important role in safeguarding against heatwaves and droughts. Image: Unsplash/Niklas Hamann

Joshua Larsen

Associate Professor in Water Science, University of Birmingham

Annegret Larsen

Assistant Professor in Geography, Wageningen University

Matthew Dennis

Senior Lecturer in Geographical Information Science, University of Manchester

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