Images of our own fragile blue marble of a planet from space helped the environmental movement gain popular support around the time of the first Earth Day back in 1970. A new study shows that global warming is expected to increase the rate of species going extinct.
Images of our own fragile blue marble of a planet from space helped the environmental movement gain popular support around the time of the first Earth Day back in 1970. A new study shows that global warming is expected to increase the rate of species going extinct. . TNS
Images of our own fragile blue marble of a planet from space helped the environmental movement gain popular support around the time of the first Earth Day back in 1970. A new study shows that global warming is expected to increase the rate of species going extinct. . TNS

Climate change expected to accelerate extinction of some species, new study says

May 01, 2015 10:00 AM