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New UNICEF ambassador seeks to give louder voice to climate change victims

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By Amelie BOTTOLLIER-DEPOIS

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Climate change 'victims' now, what on earth are they talking about?

You know what that means though... someone (or a group of people) will be accused of a 'crime'.

This is beyond silly

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Climate change 'victims' now, what on earth are they talking about?

It is clearly explained in the article, why ask something that evidence you did not read it?

You know what that means though... someone (or a group of people) will be accused of a 'crime'.

So every time you hear people being victim of a natural disaster the only thing you can think of is that someone will be accused of a crime?

That is deeply illogical.

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Climate change is real.

It's been going on for millions of years. That's how real it is.

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if we can only get all those who advocate the dangers of climate change to actually live u p to their own gospel and STOP USING FOSSIL FUEL, STOP USING GOODS AND SERVICES that requires the use of fossil fuels.

then that should be more than enough to reverse their own disaster.

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I'm feeling "guilty" already.

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