Low-intensity grazing is locally better for biodiversity but challenging for land users, a new study shows

(Picture: A. Pohl)

Climate change could become the main driver of biodiversity decline

(Picture: Oliver Thier)

Study shows how plants regulate the climate in Europe

Local differences in plant traits partially explain variation in climate-regulation processes

(Picture: S. Bernhardt / iDiv)


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