Climate Change impacts in Scotland
Climate change is one of the biggest challenges for Scotland's nature and landscapes.
The unprecedented rate of human-induced climate change threatens plants and animals that are unable to adapt quickly enough to its effects. This is happening now, and how we choose to respond will affect not only individual species and our distinctive landscapes, but also our lifestyles, our economy and our culture.
Climate change is the single greatest threat to Scotland's habitats. Find out which are most at risk and how they might respond.
How will climate change affect species? Will Scotland lose or gain any species? Can species respond to climate change?
Climate affects the landform processes that shape our mountains, rivers and coasts. Discover how climate change will affect the dynamics of these processes.
Only recently noted, climate change impacts on the marine environment include temperature changes and ocean acidification.
A look at the wide-ranging and often in-direct effects of climate change on us.
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