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The Climate's Last Chance

 A thunderstorm hovers over downtown Columbus, Ohio Thursday, Aug. 12, 2021.
Charles Rex Arbogast
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AP
A thunderstorm hovers over downtown Columbus, Ohio Thursday, Aug. 12, 2021.

After the pandemic settled, some viewed 2020 and 2021 as our last best chance to keep the world from experiencing the worst impacts of climate change.

However, cataclysmic weather events and stymied attempts to help the climate, continue to present roadblocks.

We’ll discuss what, if anything, can be done to keep the climate from falling off the precipice.

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