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CNBC: “…the 2030s will bring “extreme [climate] events unprecedented in the observational record.” 


“Excruciating heat will make summers increasingly dangerous. Agriculture and food supplies will suffer. People will be forced to migrate. Costs of living will skyrocket. All of these factors — and more — will contribute to political and social instability worldwide.”

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