The Toronto Star runs a great feature about species migration and their changing geographical locations as a result of climate change. How and where species will move is not completely intuitive.

But these global averages mask local chaos: ecosystems aren’t plodding predictably forward in lockstep. Two trees in the same forest might respond totally differently. Two animals that typically never meet might suddenly be thrust into contact.

Relationships that have adapted over millennia are rapidly being torn apart. No life forms will be spared the consequences of this global shakeup — including humans.