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Scientists Fear Climate Change Will Soon Turn Deadly

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According to scientists, climate change will bring more deadly heat wave in the near future. They also believe it will increase the spread of infectious diseases, and that the heat will also caused food shortages. Thursday, a group of climate experts met for a Climate & Health Meeting panel at the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia. At the meeting, former US Vice President Al Gore, stated, “The extreme weather events calculated by the insurance industry have obviously been increasing.


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