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“Climate Change, the Elevator Pitch”

Richard Alley: Katharine Hayhoe: Eric Rignot: Simon Donner: Mauri Pelto: Ken Caldeira:

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The key moral question and choice of our time

During the Shoah, some people and groups sat by, had every reason to believe hundreds of thousands were being slaughtered, if not more, yet did nothing, for all the usual reasons, cost, convenience, risk. And they were later criticized, and … Continue reading

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