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‘The only uncertainty is how long we'll last': a worst case scenario for the climate in 2050

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

The Future We Choose, a new book by the architects of the Paris climate accords, offers two contrasting visions for how the world might look in thirty years • Christiana Figueres, author: ‘This is the decade and we are the generation' It is 2050. Beyond the emissions reductions registered in 2015, no further efforts were made to control emissions. We are heading for a world that will be more than 3C warmer by 2100 The first thing that hits you is the air. In many places around the world, the air is hot, heavy and, depending on the day, clogged with particulate pollution. Your eyes often...
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