Study Connects Extinction and Climate A study in the journal Nature suggests that climate change in the next 50 years could doom many species to extinction. Some experts who disagree with the new paper's estimates acknowledge that the role of climate change should be taken into account. NPR's Richard Harris reports.
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A study in the journal Nature suggests that climate change in the next 50 years could doom many species to extinction. Some experts who disagree with the new paper's estimates acknowledge that the role of climate change should be taken into account. NPR's Richard Harris reports.