Amphibian Biologists Around the World Urge Immediate Action to Address Climate Crisis

As amphibians and reptiles around the world face increasing threats to their survival, a group of 870 herpetologists from 57 countries have come together to urge immediate action on the climate crisis, which exacerbates the impacts of habitat destruction and fragmentation, disease, , invasive species and other threats. The IUCN SSC Amphibian Specialist Group and Amphibian Survival Alliance were among those groups with representatives at the 9th annual World Congress of Herpetology in New Zealand that signed the Aotearoa Climate Change Declaration. Leer más.