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The Strange Optimism of Climate Alarmist David Wallace-Wells

The author of ‘The Uninhabitable Earth’ on having children in a warming world, the danger of complacency, and why there is reason for hope (sort of)

David Wallace-Wells’ ‘The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming,’ presents a terrifying portrait of where civilization is headed. Photo: Noah Berger/AFP/Getty Images

By Rick Carp

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