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These beautiful, terrifying maps show how hot we'll get in 2090

It’s easy to be apathetic about rising global temperatures, but difficult when you imagine your own future backyard.

july 2090 high temp

July 2090 is gonna be a scorcher.


There are lots of terrible things about . Birds will go extinct. Bits of Florida will be swallowed up by the sea. . But let’s be honest: we are a self-centric species. When it comes down to it, the reason people have trouble caring about climate change is that it.

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