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Is there enough time to save humanity?

What do you think poses the biggest threat to humanity? War? Terrorism? Nuclear weapons? In reality it’s probably climate change. The United Nations has revealed that the past four years have been the hottest on record. And the 20 warmest years in history have all happened in the past 22. So with climate change escalating fast, do we have enough time to save ourselves? Guest: Diana Urge-Vorsatz Vice chairwoman of UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Karsten Haustein Oxford University's climate system and policy researcher #humanity #SavingHumanity #NuclearWeapons

Climate Change: Report says temperatures heading to 3°C increase

Climate Change: Report says temperatures heading to 3°C increase

America's Forgotten Paradise: US Virgin Islands concerned over climate change

America's Forgotten Paradise: US Virgin Islands concerned over climate change

Two-week climate conference under way in Poland | Money Talks

Two-week climate conference under way in Poland | Money Talks

Myanmar farmers suffer climate change effects | Money Talks

Myanmar farmers suffer climate change effects | Money Talks

Deputy President William Ruto wins Kenya's presidential election

Deputy President William Ruto wins Kenya's presidential election

South Korea celebrates National Liberation Day

South Korea celebrates National Liberation Day

Iran's carpet exports plummet

Iran's carpet exports plummet

Turkish delegation in US for F-16s

Turkish delegation in US for F-16s

Afghanistan still counting cost of 'disastrous' US retreat

Afghanistan still counting cost of 'disastrous' US retreat

UN-chartered Brave Commander first humanitarian ship from Ukraine

UN-chartered Brave Commander first humanitarian ship from Ukraine

Serbia to remove sunken WWII German ships from Danube River

Serbia to remove sunken WWII German ships from Danube River

At least 41 killed as fire breaks out in a church in city of Giza

At least 41 killed as fire breaks out in a church in city of Giza

Ruto edges ahead of Odinga as vote counting continues in Kenya

Ruto edges ahead of Odinga as vote counting continues in Kenya

Scientists say Morocco will face severe water shortages by 2025

Scientists say Morocco will face severe water shortages by 2025

Antique tractors find home near Istanbul's F1 track

Antique tractors find home near Istanbul's F1 track

Afghanistan on edge one year since Taliban takeover

Afghanistan on edge one year since Taliban takeover

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