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A crash course on climate change, 50 years after the first Earth Day

The New York Times

The science is clear: The world is warming dangerously, humans are the cause of it, and a failure to act today will deeply affect the future of the Earth.

This is a seven-day New York Times crash course on climate change, in which reporters from the Times’s Climate desk address the big questions:

1.How bad is climate change now?

2.How do scientists know what they know?

3.Who is influencing key decisions?

4.How do we stop fossil fuel emissions?

5.Do environmental rules matter?

6.Can insurance protect us?

7.Is what I do important?

Read the full and original article at The New York Times

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