Monday, December 6, 2010

Climate Change to Drive Spread of Invasive Species

The Nairobi-based Global Invasions Species Programme recently did a study that indicated a combination of more extreme weather, a warmer world and higher levels of Earth warming carbon dioxide can destroy ecosystems. The report warned that climate change is expected to cause the spread of invasive species. This spread will threaten crops, forests and fisheries. Click here to read more.