A sea campion on the coast.

Pollution-loving plants hold key to predicting adaptation to environmental change

Environmental change is happening so quickly that wild organisms can’t keep up, and face substantial challenges. But some organisms may be able to adapt surprisingly rapidly to new circumstances. Predicting which species will be able to adapt quickly is far from straightforward, but an unassuming coastal plant may just hold the key to understanding how species adapt quickly to man-made habitats. 

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