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One leader's journey to climate restoration

8 monthes ago   |   By Grist

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There's no easy way to say this: We're not doing enough to address climate change.
Even leading global plans to slow the pace of our rapidly changing planet are dire : approximately 1.5 degrees Celsius of warming, loss of the Greenland ice sheet, death of 80 percent of the world's coral reefs and an atmosphere that's 450 parts per million carbon dioxide. Scientists and policymakers have painted a bleak picture of the future: a vision of widespread destruction that has left a lot of people feeling utterly hopeless, instead of inspired to...
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