The Case of Salamanders
Salamanders in the Appalachian Mountains are getting smaller, and species at lower altitudes, where the greatest drying and warming has occurred, are the most affected. One species became 18 percent smaller over 55 years.
The Case of Bumblebees
Bumblebees and other pollinators are critical to global agriculture, but recent studies suggest that up to one-quarter of Europe’s bumblebee population may die out.
The Case of Mosquitoes
…a 1.8 degree Fahrenheit temperature increase could result in an additional three million malaria cases annually in Ethiopia among those under age 15.
Fermenting Oceans, Fermenting People Series
To be continued in my series entitled “Fermenting Oceans, Fermenting People.”