Climate change has a profound effect on ecosystems worldwide. In what ways does it happen? Let’s have a look. Rising temperatures, extreme weather events, and altered precipitation patterns disrupt ecosystems, threatening species’ survival.

Additionally, the coral reefs bleach due to warming seas, leading to habitat loss for marine life. You can also see shifts in migration and breeding patterns that impact wildlife, while altered habitats and reduced food availability challenge species’ adaptability.

These changes cause ecosystem imbalances, affecting biodiversity and disrupting ecosystems essential for human well-being. Therefore, urgent actions must be taken to mitigate climate change and protect ecosystems to preserve Earth’s ecological balance and secure a sustainable future for all living beings.