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We have just 3 years to ward off climate change - new report

The year 2020 could be a huge turning point for our planet. According to a new report, if we don't limit carbon emissions by that date, we won't meet the goals of the 2015 Paris Agreement. That leaves just three years - but six leaders and scientists laid out a six-point plan for meeting the most pressing deadline in human history - regardless of who's in the White House.[...]
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