Bushfires an added stressor to biodiversity crisis

We could see the loss of up to three-quarters of Australian species in the next few hundred years, as climate change and mega-fires impact on an on-going biodiversity crisis, Professor Corey Bradshaw warns.

“Climate change is another stressor in the mixing pot of extinction drivers,” Professor Bradshaw told radio station RTRFM this week.

Listen to the interview here. You can read more about Professor Bradshaw’s research here.

January 20, 2020

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