Report: Climate change spurs growth of invasive plants and animals

10/26/2010 | Reuters

Global warming could lead to a widespread increase of invasive plants and animals, which can tip the natural balance of various areas and pose economic danger, according to a report funded by the World Bank. The invasion can reduce the nature's capacity to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and jeopardize production in agriculture, which can threaten the world's food security, the report noted.

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