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Are we really ready to tackle the climate crisis? Yes, here are 6 reasons how

The Paris agreement called for global action to curb rising CO2 emissions in order to resolve climate crisis Image: Unsplash/Chengming Wang

Molly Bergern

Communications Manager, Climate Program

Helen Mountford

Vice President, Climate & Economics, World Resources Institute

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