How to explain the complex interaction between biological traits and environmental conditions? “Animals at Risk from Climate Change” is an educational poster for environmental and earth science educators made by The Global Education Project, a Canadian non-governmental organization with a 15-year history of publishing fact-packed educational wall posters and producing live events to educate about important issues.
The interaction of biological traits and environmental conditions that cause a species to be susceptible to climate change and the basics of the carbon cycle are made simple and understandable through illustrations, symbols and brief explanatory text–thoroughly documented to reliable sources.
“Animals at Risk from Climate Change” is an educational poster that presents a succinct overview of the fundamental impacts of greenhouse gases — the causes, effects and risks to all forms of life on the planet — . Based on studies from the IUCN Climate Change Specialist Group, the US EPA, NASA, NOAA and the IPCC, the poster features 25 animals that highlight the fundamental impacts of greenhouse gases on all forms of life on the planet.
By 25 animals selected for their vulnerability to climate change, the complex interaction of biological traits and environmental conditions that cause a species to be susceptible are made simple and understandable through illustrations, key graphics and brief explanatory text. Comprehensive and rigorously annotated to reliable sources, this resource is a valuable, timely and relevant educational aid.
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