Global heating threatens UK wildlife’s ability to adapt and survive

Restoring and connecting habitat across Britain could save a fifth of species by 2030, says report by Rewilding Britain

Global heating is shifting Britain’s climatic zones by up to 5km each year, outpacing wildlife’s ability to adapt and survive, according to a new report by Rewilding Britain.

If species cannot adapt to higher temperatures or relocate elsewhere, they will be threatened with extinction.

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