More than half of 82 species of coral being evaluated for inclusion under the Endangered Species Act "more likely than not" would go extinct by 2100 if climate policies and technologies remain the same, federal scientists concluded.
By Tim Radford, Climate News Network New research suggests that by 2100 there will be no sea water left with the chemical properties that have supported coral reef growth in the past. Read Post
One in 10 species could face extinction by the year 2100 if current climate change impacts continue, according to new research examining studies on the effects of recent climate change on plant and animal species and comparing this ... Read Post
Federal scientists have found that 56 of 82 coral species evaluated for protection under the Endangered Species Act "more likely than not" would go extinct by 2100 because of global warming. The increased release of C02 into the atm... Read Post