Climate change presents both risks and opportunities for UK wildlife, with often more predicted winners than losers, especially amongst insects. Species most at risk are those adapted to cooler, damper conditions, and they often occur in northern, western and upland habitats in Britain. There is already much evidence of the northwards and upslope range retractions of butterflies and moths here and elsewhere in the world.
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