How to combat the rise of extreme weather events | Interview with climate scientist Stefan Rahmstorf

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    Wildfires are ravaging the US West Coast and Brazilian wetlands at unprecedented rates, fueled by rising temperatures that lead to droughts, sparking more intense fires. Climate change has arrived with a vengeance. Do we have the will to prevent the worst? In conjunction with this week’s gathering at the United Nations, climate activists and scientists are getting together to push politicians on the climate emergency. Scientists are clear on the impact of man-made global warming. And populations around the world are facing the effects.

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