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What Can We Learn from Dystopian Fiction About Climate Change?

If you haven’t heard of cli-fi yet, you are not alone; however, you have probably either read or watched some already. The post What Can We Learn from Dystopian Fiction About Climate Change? appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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