Avoiding the worst risks of climate change

an-uncertain-future.pngThe economic and social disruption required to shift to a green economy, and the responsibility of mitigating growing climate risks, rest disproportionately on younger people who will live longer with the effects of climate change. These burdens have landed squarely on younger and future generations because of the failure of those before them to act urgently – and therefore incur some of the costs and inconvenience of adaptation. Now, the escalating climate crisis is arguably the largest debt to be passed from one generation to the next in all of human history.

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