We shouldn’t fear climate change. Instead, we should concentrate our energy on devising solutions for our largest ecosystem, Earth.
Aiding our existing ecosystems as they transform to a warmer world is the first priority for adaptation. Planting trees is trendy, but managing ecosystems is smart.
Earth is a single planetary-scale ecosystem, and changes in one part of that system will inevitably affect the whole system to one degree or another.
Evolution is slower than short term species adaptation. Rapid environmental change means most species have only three options: adapt, migrate, or perish.
Tongass logging affects both land and aquatic ecosystems. Carbon sequestration and Alaskan fisheries are both impacted
Ecosystem evolution is the critical threat Anthropocene climate change brings.
Ecological studies are not like political discussions where the facts are easily ignored.
Heat from climate warming forces changes in forest ecosystems. Managing those changes is vital.
California kelp forests are under threat from heat and predation.
Ecosystems migrate to fulfill the collective needs of the species populating them.