"We've got twelve years to act": David Wallace-Wells on the single sentence that could save the planet


Sometimes people get it right on their tweets. The New York Magazine journalist David Wallace-Wells gained global fame for his terrifying article, “The Uninhabitable Earth” (built into a book) depicting the global and societal consequences of degrees of global warming. His Twitter account is focussed on his topic and very much worth following - and we enjoyed the following sequence, on the one sentence that could save the planet (or perhaps more precisely, save us from the planet).

And a nice piece from BBC’s Newsbeat describing what a “climate strike about a climate emergency” might mean.