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Why the wiring of our brains makes it hard to stop climate change

L.A. Times Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
Houston has barely begun to dry out from Hurricane Harvey, and Florida faces a massive rebuilding effort after the Irma catastrophe. These two storms, among the most powerful in American history, are typical of the extreme weather events that are likely to become more common as the planet warms....
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