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Costs of inaction

While Lord Puttnam does have an agenda to promote UNICEF, what he says in this interview should not be dismissed. I do not have time to do a lengthy entry about it, but here are some quotes from it to ponder in case you do not read the article:

“What price will children have to pay for the three or four carbon-happy generations that have lived before them?”

“At a global and national level, climate change responses must focus on long-term sustainable solutions to ensure the well-being and needs of future generations are met.”

– Adam E.


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