Biosphere_Collapse OP t1_jaclhdc wrote

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A recent study conducted by researchers from the University of Washington has found that the climate crisis is leading to an increase in human-wildlife conflicts. This is due to changes in temperature and rainfall that make food, water and healthy habitats harder to come by, forcing animals and humans into new territories. As a result, humans and wildlife are increasingly coming into contact with one another, leading to injury or death for both humans and animals, as well as property damage and loss of livelihoods for humans.


Biosphere_Collapse OP t1_ja0326b wrote

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The study found that Chinese people have a good understanding of climate change and its causes, and think it is important to take action to address it. They mainly view the government, especially the central government, as being responsible for doing this, and support policy measures like carbon taxes and cap and trade. Additionally, individuals are willing to take action themselves.