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Pete Myers: We saw this coming
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Pete Myers: We saw this coming

On climate science, a small group of very smart and very selfish people – backed by huge sums of money – have stopped the changes that needed to be made.

Woke up this morning and lay in bed for an hour reading the press on the new IPCC report. As if we didn't know this was coming #*&#%%!!

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James Hansen: A letter to Boris Johnson

The UK will host the next round of United Nations Climate talks November in Glasgow. Young people are fed up with empty words and inaction on climate change – and rightfully so.

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