BBC Earth (Asia) - - Science -

The rate at which hu­mans are al­ter­ing Earth’s at­mos­phere is un­prece­dented, and will have dire con­se­quences un­less it is slowed. As the planet heats up, vast swathes of the world will be­come un­in­hab­it­able, lead­ing to mass mi­gra­tion and con­flict. Har­vests will fail and the oceans will empty of fish. With noth­ing to eat and nowhere to live, it’s hard to see us sur­viv­ing for long.

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