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If worldwide climate change resulting from atmospheric carbon buildup, currently well past the ‘avoidable’ stage and well into the unavoidably serious if not catastrophic stage by the end of this century, is not a cataclysmic call to radically reconsider population health – I don’t know what is. Unfortunately like most population issues climate change will first and most strongly affect the poor (say, the bottom 60%) while the rest will be merely inconvenienced and remain convinced that they have a right to exploit the commons without limitation.

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