Sir David Attenborough: We 'cannot be radical enough' in tackling climate crisis

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Sir David Attenborough has today called for more radical action to address transport and energy emissions
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Sir David Attenborough has today called for more radical action to address transport and energy emissions

Veteran broadcaster warns 'really major problems' are imminent if world does not address climate change threat

Sir David Attenborough has issued a stark warning that the world must take serious action to address climate change if it is to avoid mass migration, food shortages, and social unrest in decades to come....

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