A simplified ecological landscape - with significant biodiversity loss - might be the outcome if a global temperature increase cannot be restricted to 1.5°C above historical pre-industrial levels. This is the warning from Professor Guy Midgley, a world-leading expert on global change and its impact on biodiversity, in an insight article published in Science this week
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