BOGOR, Indonesia (5 October, 2012)_Biodiversity provides a safety net for humans and wildlife but climate change is having an increasingly negative impact on the population of forest flora and fauna; driving plant and animal species further north, causing habitat loss and often pushing humans and wildlife into direct conflict.
In this video, Terry Sunderland from the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) explains the relationship between biodiversity and climate change.
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