Climate change is a natural process of the world (notice the Ice age thousands of years ago when there was no industrial revolution). Green house gases are indeed a cause of Global warming and humans do play a role in it. But instead of focusing on climate change in terms of human fault, I decided to just research what kind of animals are being impacted to potential extinction by 2015 due to some warmer temperatures.
I came across the Nature Conservancy website (http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/urgentissues/global-warming-climate-change/threats-impacts/wildlife-at-risk.xml) and saw that maybe 1/4 of the Earth’s Species will be headed for extinction by 2050. And they named a few species that are mainly being affected by climate change:
-Sources say that the Golden Toad in Central America in 1999 was the first documented species that went extinct by climate change
-Polar Bears may go out in 100 years
-Coral bleaching due to algae death, which causes death of corals as well as death of fish
-An interesting yet sad idea is that State Birds from the US can go extinct due to the new heat such as the Baltimore, the black-capped chickadee, and the Goldfinch.