O CAMINHO A SEGUIR: A CIÊNCIA É IMPERATIVA PARA A SOBREVIVÊNCIA HUMANA
A emergência climática global destaca a importância da educação e da ação comunitária para enfrentar os desafios com os quais a humanidade se depara. A emergência climática é grave. A sobrevivência humana está em risco. Devemos ter o poder de tomar uma ação intencional e fazer parte da solução. É agora o tempo de agir face aos avisos dos cientistas sobre o meio ambiente e as mudanças climáticas.
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