Stuart Pimm’s conservation and biodiversity research has put him on the sharp end of climate change. Studying the shifts of migration patterns, population changes and species compositions demonstrates to him first-hand how climate change impacts wild plants and animals. In recent years, his writing and work has turned to focus more tightly on impacts of climate change, how natural populations are responding and what people can do to either limit impacts or mitigate change.
- February 5, 2010 – High-living pika can help us understand our climate fate — National Geographic News
- December 16, 2009 – Global Warming Not Going Gently — National Geographic News
- November 24, 2009 – Brazil’s Major Victor in Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions — National Geographic News
- August 17, 2007 – New Climate Change Film Features Stuart Pimm
- September 12, 2007 – The 11th Hour sounds the environmental alarm — Independent Weekly
- May 24, 2004 – Schlesinger and Pimm Join National Coalition Urging Senators to Support the Climate Stewardship Act – Duke University News