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Stepping in: Weighing the risks of environmental intervention

As the climate changes, wildlife experts say we must weigh the risks of intervention against a species' survival. What are the ethical implications of assisted migration? And should we save polar bears from starvation by feeding them ourselves?...
As the climate changes, wildlife experts say we must weigh the risks of intervention against a species' survival. What are the ethical implications of assisted migration? And should we save polar bears from starvation by feeding them ourselves?

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