If big countries want to help Tuvalu, they must curb their CO2 emissions

Guardian: Experts say the past 12 months have been the second driest since records began in Funafuti, the capital of Tuvalu, 78 years ago. No one is claiming climate change is solely to blame, but the line between normal climatic variation and what might be extremes resulting from accelerated climate change has undoubtedly become blurred. This is particularly true of the hydrological cycle, which is sensitive to even subtle variations in the global climate, often results in either too much water or, as in......

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