The Trapping of Carbon Emissions, the Tropics Hosting Much of Earth’s Biodiversity, and Different Regions Able to Tolerate Climate Change Better Than Others

Of the total carbon emissions created by humans by factories, cars, power stations, and agricultural burn offs, 40% is absorbed by the atmosphere, 30% is absorbed by the ocean, and the remaining 30% is absorbed by forest ecosystems. The tropics are home to 66% of biodiversity on Earth, and while it was suspected that the tropics would be fine as global temperatures rise, it is now understood that the tropics may be more susceptible to increases in temperature, with temperate climates being more ...

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