Sighing, resigned climate scientists say to just enjoy next 20 years as much as you can
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Sighing, resigned climate scientists say to just enjoy next 20 years as much as you can

Attending a conference to discuss alarming new data on rising sea levels, a weary group of top climatologists suddenly halted their presentation Friday, let out a long sigh, and stated that the best thing anyone can do at this point is just try to enjoy the next couple decades as much as possible.

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