CLIMATE CHANGE-D THE FUTURE WE WERE WARNED ABOUT IS HERE

 
   
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The Future We Were Warned About Is Here
 
As climate summit participants work to reduce global greenhouse gas emissions, hundreds of millions of people are already struggling in a hot, dangerous world.
 

 This week the world’s attention will once again be riveted on Paris as leaders from 195 nations gather for what may be our last chance to reach a global agreement to slash greenhouse gas emissions and avoid catastrophic, irreversible climate change.


For hundreds of millions of people, the devastating impacts of a rapidly warming planet are now real. TakePart sent reporters, photographers, and videographers to the Philippines, Australia, the Scandinavian Arctic, the great boreal forests in Canada, Guatemala, and the plains of West Texas to tell you the personal stories of a global climate already changed.

Each of these stories carries a common message for the world leaders in Paris: It's time for action. Just follow the people.
 
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The Reddest State Goes Green (Just Don't Mention Climate Change)
 
As drought and heat waves wallop Texas, ranchers, farmers, and cities are quietly embracing renewable energy.
 
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The Koala in the Coal Mine
 
Australian farmers are fighting to stop an enormous coal mine from destroying their way of life and the habitat of an iconic animal that is already under threat from climate change.
 
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Guatemala's Maya Put Their Lives on the Line And Protected an Irreplaceable Rainforest
 
Twenty years after the government turned over a vast forest to indigenous people, illegal logging and poverty are plummeting.
 
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Fatal Thaw: The Sámi's Fight to Preserve Their Ancient Culture as the Arcitc Warms
 
An indigenous Scandinavian people take matters into their own hands to save the salmon and reindeer integral to their traditions.
 
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The Philippines Fights Climate Change With Rice and Religion
 
The deeply Catholic nation's 100 million people, battered by typhoons and rising seas, are responding to Pope Francis' call for action.
 
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The Boreal Is Burning
 
The world's largest intact forest is crucial to stopping climate change, but in Canada it is under assault from wildfires, logging, and oil tar sands drilling.
 
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