Question of the Week: What will it take to solve the climate change crisis effectively?
The last five years were the hottest ever recorded. According to the WHO, weather-related deaths have tripled since 1960, resulting in over 60,000 deaths a year. Conservatives estimates put that number at 250,000 deaths between 2030 and 2050. Climate change is widely considered an "existential crisis" at this point.
So what will it take to tackle this problem effectively? What policies can we implement domestically to turn the tide at home? With the United States directly contributing to 15% of global emissions, how can we be a leader for the rest of the world? Are there "drastic measures" for tackling climate change that we should consider?
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