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ABC News tells us to speak up about the climate crisis with a sense of urgency; TIME says the pandemic can lead us to a better world

First things first: According to Scientific American, we’re supposed to refer to the “climate emergency” from now on. Is climate crisis close enough? It is for ABC News:


Apparently, five climate activists (of course) were invited on to ABC’s “Good Morning America” to tell us all the best things individuals can do to fight the climate crisis, but ABC News’s tweet certainly doesn’t make that clear.



In case the CNN director didn’t make it clear enough that the media would be hammering the climate crisis, TIME’s new cover explains how we can use the COVID-19 pandemic to reach a better, greener world.


Now they just call it the climate emergency which covers everything.


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