National Geographic: “Why we won’t avoid a climate catastrophe”

I grew up in the toxic Seventies. I was squeezed in between toxic paint on kiddies toys, rivers that carried no life (we are not even asking about fish) and sour rain that made our forests look thinned out like Joe Bidens hair. It was bad. Look around now. Even the dirtiest rivers have been cleaned up and all have fish in them, even trout. The air in an incomparable cleaner and sour rain has gone away. Things are a whole lot better than they were. And now, it’s all supposed to reverse. Yeah right.

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