Saturday, December 1, 2012

World Banks Warning: We Need to Act Now on Climate Change (Video)


The World Bank has released a report which is a sobering look at what an increase of 4 degree Celsius will look like. This study addresses the implications for disaster management and food supply and points out that the worst impacts will be on the world's poorest people. However, the report points out that we can do something about it, but the window is narrow and we have to take action now.



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