Could Climate Change Destroy the World Faster than We Thought?

Are climate change and global warming predictions moving faster to destroy the world than was first thought?

Changes are happening faster than predicted even 10 years ago and at the upper end of the range on sea ice melting.

There are more extremes on weather patterns, due to what is happening in the Arctic.

Dr. Michael Mann joined Thom to explain the latest on climate change and if we take no action, that the climate will continue to worsen.

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