Existential Threat to Earth is Trump's Attitude to Climate Change
Floods, drought, locust plagues, famine, whether in Kenya, South Africa, Uganda or Namibia, climate change in various forms is impacting the world. Ross Wanless writes in Daily Maverick that world leaders have to act decisively to stop the planet from heating up by 6°c or more, warning that whoever wins the U.S. elections in November 2020, will seal the fate of the world.
United States President Donald Trump
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