School of Environmental and Forest Sciences professor and ecologist Josh Lawler was interviewed for a story about a new Audubon Society report that warns of massive bird loss if global carbon emission are not stabilized.

Lawler talked specifically about models he uses to predict how wildlife might respond to climate change.

“There is time to identify the places to protect, the places to restore, the species that are going to need the most help,” Lawler told the Audubon Society’s magazine.

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