Today’s Solutions: June 04, 2023

While 2018 has been a year bedeviled by extreme weather due to climate change, scientists have also put serious efforts into raising global awareness of the dire consequences that may follow if things are left unchanged. Following the UN report on climate change and the climate conference in Poland, a significant number of countries have shown a promising commitment towards tackling this major global challenge. Also, with public opinion mobilizing around the world and politicians and businesses getting involved, 2019 could see some much-needed breakthroughs.

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