Irreplaceable: Wildlife in a Warming World

Irreplaceable Wildlife in A Warming World
Graphic of irreplacable species, emperor penguin.
We are connected to each other, to our environment. From faraway places to our own backyard. But climate change is now changing the Earth as we know it, and animals and plants from the Arctic to the Everglades are feeling the consequences.
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Irreplaceable: Plants


Plants & Insects

According to the story, Joshua trees were named by pioneers crossing the Mojave Desert who thought the tree’s outstretched branches resembled the prophet Joshua waving them on to the promised...
The striking monarch butterfly is tougher than it looks: while its bright colors serve as a warning to predators—“Watch out! I’m poisonous!”—the tiny flier also undertakes an incredible 2,000...
The sugar maple lends its lively fall colors to New England and provides sap to make delicious maple syrup. These trees have thrived in New England and in parts of the Midwest, where the...
Reaching four feet tall and filled with honey sweet nectar, this beautiful white orchid waits until dusk to release its fragrance, attracting pollinators such as the hawkmoth, whose tongue is...

Irreplaceable in Your Neighborhood

The Earthjustice traveling photo exhibit, Irreplaceable: Wildlife in a Warming World, is available to bring education, scholarship and research to your community. For more information on booking the exhibit, including fees, exhibit specifications, requirements and descriptions, please contact Nadine de Coteau at 1-800-584-6460.