NEW REPORT: Giant Panda: WWF Wildlife and Climate Change Series

NEW REPORT: Giant Panda: WWF Wildlife and Climate Change Series

Giant pandas have a small population size, long generation time, low reproductive rate, and feed almost exclusively on bamboo, all of which make them less able to adapt to a changing climate. Explore these and other traits which make giant pandas vulnerable to climate change, as well as recommended climate-adaptive management strategies.

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As Climate Changes Us, We Change Wildlife

As Climate Changes Us, We Change Wildlife

It’s easier and easier to understand the impacts a changing climate has on our daily lives, but we’re not the only ones affected. Climate change also impacts wildlife and the habitat on which they depend. While the direct correlation between a changing climate and wildlife is increasingly clear, to date there’s been less focus on understanding how human responses to climate change also impact wildlife and their habitat.

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California: The Rebeavering

California: The Rebeavering

The California case for beaver reintroduction is picking up steam. Specifically, the case is being made for the benefits of beaver dams and their ponds to California’s high Sierra, where a disappearing snowpack is threatening the state’s summer water supply—and overall economy.

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