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Conservation methods need to change with the climate   
Tuesday, 18 September 2012

Produced by Hannah Sinclair

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Take a second to picture your favourite outlook, bushwalk or animal. In 2070, that image could be very different, according to new research. A landmark CSIRO report has found that by 2030, climate change will see more species becoming extinct and landscapes changing.

By 2070, they say, Australia will be a very different place. Researchers are calling for new conservation methods to prepare for the widespread effects of climate change. (Image:Wikimedia Commons)

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CSIRO's Dr Michael Dunlop
ACF climate change campaigner, Abigail Jabines

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