Climate change: Dr Christian Dunn discusses plants facing extinction as animals seek cooler climates

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‘We need to be outside for our mental and physical wellbeing, if those areas start to have no biodiversity, no wildlife, nothing that we enjoy, then we will all be a lot less happy.’

Dr Christian Dunn discusses plants facing extinction as animals seek cooler climates.

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