Scientists have begun researching whether the worst effects of climate change can no longer be avoided
The month of July 2018 was a scary one for people who care about the planet that we're leaving our children. "All-time hottest temperature records set all over the world this week," reads a July 6 headline in the U.K.'s Evening Standard. Nearly a month later, the situation hadn't changed. "Temperatures near or pass all-time records in Europe as another heat wave blasts the continent," reads a July 27 headline in the Washington Post. From July 20 in New York magazine: "A Global Heat Wave Has Set the Arctic Circle on Fire".