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The solution to climate change will be forged in our universities

Thinking ahead … universities are key to humanity's biggest battle – from educating leaders to fostering ground-breaking research. Image: Reuters/Stephen Lam

Peter Salovey

President, Yale University

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 Climate change performance for selected top carbon-emitting countries (2016 EPI). Carbon intensity is defined as carbon dioxide emissions per GDP
Climate change performance for selected top carbon-emitting countries (2016 EPI). Carbon intensity is defined as carbon dioxide emissions per GDP Image: 2016 EPI
 Public opinion estimates related to climate change in the United States in 2016.
Public opinion estimates related to climate change in the United States in 2016. Image: Howe, Mildenberger, Marlon and Leiserowitz

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Former US secretaries of state James Baker and John Kerry at the Yale Climate Conference on 19 September 2017 Image: Yale University/John Hassett
 58 percent of Americans think global warming is caused by human activity, the highest level since the survey began in 2008.
58 percent of Americans think global warming is caused by human activity, the highest level since the survey began in 2008. Image: Leiserowitz, Maibach, Roser-Renouf, Rosenthal and Cutler 2017
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