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Climate crisis: even temporarily overshooting 2°C would cause permanent damage to Earth’s species ...
By Carlijn Simons - July 01, 2022
Just a few years of global temperatures above 2°C could transform the world’s most important ecosystems, a new study shows.
By EarthToday - July 02, 2022
Just a few years of global temperatures above 2°C could transform the world’s most important ecosystems, a new study shows.

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