On Climate, Humanity Must Rise Up Against ‘Collective Shrug of Fatalism’ | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community

In his missive to readers—titled Climate change: Why The Guardian is putting threat to Earth front and centre—Rusbridger announced his pending retirement and explained that after 20 years as editor he had few lasting regrets save this one: “that we had not done justice to this huge, overshadowing, overwhelming issue of how climate change will probably, within the lifetime of our children, cause untold havoc and stress to our species.”

via On Climate, Humanity Must Rise Up Against ‘Collective Shrug of Fatalism’ | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community.

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