What if the standard way of planning climate mitigation is part of the problem?
Last Friday, an estimated 4 million people around the world took part in a global climate strike, organized and led by teenagers and young adults who say that the lack of action on climate change has compromised their future.
On Monday, a paper in Nature argued that the standard way of studying climate change and planning mitigation strategies is part of the problem. In order to do right by the younger generation, scientists and policy makers need to revamp their approach.
DATESeptember 25, 2019
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