Buoyed by climate change, an invasive plant is taking over the landscape of the island nation.
The UK is in danger of missing legally-binding carbon-reduction targets in five years' time even if all existing policies are delivered in full, government climate change advisers have warned.
As big carbon storehouses, forests have the power to influence the climate. So much so that the protection and expansion of forests is a key part of the Paris Agreement, which seeks to lower greenhouse gas emissions and stave off the worst effects of global warming.
We are destroying the world's biodiversity. Yet debate has erupted over just what this means for the planet - and us.
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