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How Will Climate Change Affect the World's Parks?

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How Will Climate Change Affect the World's Parks?

How Will Climate Change Affect the World's Parks?

How Will Climate Change Affect the World's Parks?

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From the disappearance of frogs, to the bleaching of coral reefs, scientists say global warming is already affecting plants and animals around the world. And the world's parks and protected areas are not immune to the effects.

Guests:

Lee Hannah, senior research scientist; Center for Applied Biodiversity Science, Conservation International

Lisa Graumlich, professor, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences; director, School of Natural Resources; University of Arizona