Changing Forecast

“This diagnosis puts me in an interesting position. I’ve spent much of my professional life thinking about the science of climate change, which is best viewed through a multidecadal lens. At some level I was sure that, even at my present age of 60, I would live to see the most critical part of the problem, and its possible solutions, play out in my lifetime.” In the NYT, a leading climate scientist diagnosed with pancreatic cancer reflects on his work and his views on a future he thought he’d live to see.

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