Paying for the ‘sins’ of politicians

Drying planet: A villager protecting himself from the sun as he walks over parched land on the outskirts of Bhubaneswar, India. The Earth is warmer now than it has been in 125,000 years. — AP

WE are faced with the greatest trial of humanity, to live peacefully and sustainably on a crowded and interconnected planet. We are currently failing that trial.

The world is aflame in wars. Human-caused environmental devastation accelerates. The Earth is warmer now than it has been in 125,000 years.

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