With bird colony collapses and crop failures occurring more frequently, what is happening to life on Earth, and how can we address the changes for long-term sustainability? Maria Armoudian speaks with Josh Tewksbury, Curtis Deutsch, and Steven R. Beissinger.

Josh Tewksbury is the Director of Future Earth at the University of Colorado, Boulder. He is an expert in climate change and biodiversity.

Curtis Deutsch is an Associate Professor of Chemical Oceanography at Washington University. He is an expert in climate change and ecosystems.

Steven R. Beissinger is a Professor of Conservation Biology at the University of California, Berkeley. He is an expert in conservation biology.



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