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Climate Change

Research into more sensible and fairer climate change strategies will leave less of a burden on younger generations.

Researchers at Imperial College London and IIASA have suggested relying less on future generations and unproven technologies to tackle warming, but expecting the maximum warming will occur and limit warming by 2050, not 2100. Click below to find out more. 

http://www.imperial.ac.uk/news/192968/shifting-focus-climate-change-strategies-benefit-younger/
 

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