When it comes to climate change, the whole planet is connected.
At the season's peak, over 7.8 MILLION acres were burning in the US simultaneously.
The Sierra region has already gotten 230% of the average precipitation.
Feeding the world of tomorrow is about to get a lot more difficult.
It now seems clear that—for better or worse—human civilization is reshaping the Earth’s climate as never before. Using for inspiration the A2 scenario included in the IPCC’s “Special Report on Emission Scenarios,” we’ve assembled an infographic timeline of the next 84 years or so of global warming.
700 million people currently lack access to clean, safe water. There's a way to fix this.
It could mean that climate change may occur more quickly than scientists' previously imagined.
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