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How climate change could make some areas of Earth uninhabitable by 2500

“We need to envision the Earth our children and grandchildren may face, and what we can do now to make it just and livable for them,” says Christopher Lyon. Image: UNSPLASH/Pawel Czerwinski

Shirley Cardenas

Researcher and Writer, McGill University

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