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Aussie Climate Scientist: Having a Baby is an “ethical entanglement”

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Guest essay by Eric Worrall For a climate activist, having babies is apparently a troubling ethical dilemma, a distressing personal contribution to the global anthropogenic carbon footprint. But somehow they keep popping them out.

Source: Aussie Climate Scientist: Having a Baby is an “ethical entanglement”

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