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The race to zero emissions

Today's children are already living with the lifelong effects of climate change. The Guardian reports on new research indicating that exposing children to wildfires and heatwaves today will complicate their health in the future.

Climate crisis will affect lifelong health of young, warn doctors

Great tidbit from Akshat's Race to Zero Emission's newsletter—older adults are being exposed to more heatwaves than ever before as a result of climate change. This is bad news: older bodies are often ill-equipped to maintain their body temp when exposed to outside stressors. I wouldn't be surprised if

Great tidbit from Akshat's Race to Zero Emission's newsletter—older adults are being exposed to more heatwaves than ever before as a result of climate change. This is bad news: older bodies are often ill-equipped to maintain their body temp when exposed to outside stressors. I wouldn't be surprised if we start seeing a spike in heat-related deaths as the days over 30 C continue to climb in certain parts of the world.

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