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Record Breaking Heat

This month, the average global air temperature recorded 2 metres above the earth's surface was the hottest in recorded history, day after day. Experts say the last time the earth was this warm was in the Eemian interglacial period, around 120,000 years ago. Icesheets are melting and humanity has possibly left it too late the avoid catastrophic tipping points. I vote that you and I use all means at our disposal - and for most of us that will be limited to being a keyboard warrior - to help promote drastic policies to reverse this catastrophic trend. Not just for people, but for all animals.
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