A new study says the chance of a drought in Texas is 20 times more likely during a La Niña year now compared with the 1960s. Another predicts 4 feet of sea level rise along the Eastern Seaboard over the next century. Have your eyes glazed over yet?
Call it apocalypse fatigue. Amid all the warnings about the impending
threat, many of us just tune out. And no wonder: The problem can feel
so large, and policymakers’ sense of urgency so feeble, that it’s easy
to think that no one is taking action to lessen the threat to
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