We’ve got 12 years to reduce global warming to 1.5°C or face droughts, floods and extreme heat

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Climate change is the biggest issue of our time. It makes Brexit look like a little red, white and blue blip on a landscape that is heating up, perceptibly. As I left the AJ office to grab some lunch this week, walking out into summer weather in February, I couldn’t help thinking that most of us are like those frogs in a pan of water over the fire, enjoying the comfort for now, ignoring (or blissfully oblivious to) the imminent lethal outcome.

 

 

 

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We’ve got 12 years to reduce global warming to 1.5°C or face droughts, floods and extreme heat – a huge challenge, but also an opportunity for the profession, writes Emily Booth

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