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15,000 Scientists From All Over The World Issue ‘Warning To Humanity’

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15,000 Scientists From All Over The World Issue ‘Warning To Humanity’Over 15,000 scientists issued a warning about the growing impact of climate change and the possibility of an extinction-level event in the near future.
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Twenty-five years after a small group of scientists penned the first "warning to humanity" in 1992, a new letter has been created that says time is running out to save the planet. Matt Yurus reports.

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