It's not just the polar bear that is suffering from climate change. Other animals are already seeing the effects of a warming planet, including habitat loss, food shortages and extreme weather conditions. While many species will suffer, some will do well and adapt to the changes.
Thomas Lovejoy, a conservation biologist at George Mason University who coined the term "biological diversity" back in 1980, tells Here & Now's Meghna Chakrabarti about the climate winners and losers and what can be done to restore ecosystems to slow the effects of climate change.
This segment aired on November 27, 2015.