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A third of humanity could be on the move if climate change isn’t curbed, scientists say

“The good news is that these impacts can be greatly reduced if humanity succeeds in curbing climate change” - Professor Tim Lenton Image: UNSPLASH/Toomas Tartes

Douglas Broom

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