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Pope says humanity will ‘go down’ if climate change not addressed

By Reuters
12 September 2017   |   10:30 am
Pope Francis says the recent spate of hurricanes in the Caribbean and United States should prompt an understanding that humanity will "go down" if it does not address climate change.

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