Solemn news on European forests

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Europe’s forests have experienced increased disturbances throughout the 20th Century from wind, bark beetles and wildfires, a study has shown.

A team of European-based scientists identified climatic changes as a “key driver behind this increase”.

However, they added, how the expected continuation of climate change would affect Europe’s forests in the future remained unresolved.

Read the full article on the BBC website here  or the original paper as highlighted by the journal Nature Climate Change