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Why the wiring of our brains makes it hard to stop climate change

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« Sep 18, 2017 ... Editors Note: Why isnt the public heeding scientists and demanding climate action by politicians that could help deal with extreme storms? Among other factors, write David Victor, Nick Obradovich, and Dillon Amaya, a much deeper force is at work: the way our brains function. Humans arent well wired to ...»
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