Forging a path for policymakers amid Mesoamerica climate uncertainty

An increasingly warmer, drier climate in Central America and Mexico in the next 20 years could negatively affect the region’s biodiversity and ecosystem services, new studies show. This poses unique challenges for farmers, policymakers and governments in the Mesoamerican region, according to research presented at a recent conference in Costa Rica.This article was originally posted on Forests News. Click here to read the full article.