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  • For this instalment in the series, Antonia Guidotti, Mary Burridge and Mark Peck of the Royal Ontario Museum explore how a changing climate is impacting biodiversity, and what we can do about it.

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With the myriad of ecological problems facing us in 2019 – extreme weather, depleted soils, habitat loss – litter may seem like a minor issue. So why is Friends of...
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