Climate change risks collapse of ‘Pristine’ ecosystems

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The last several years have seen a series of serious environmental problems in Australia, from coral bleaching to mangrove die-offs.

Research by the University of Tasmania shows human-induced climate change has weakened natural landscapes and effected their ability to bounce back.

Even untouched or pristine landscapes have been shown to not be able to withstand the change.

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