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NYT: Will Fiction Influence How We React To Climate Change?

Posted at 12:00AM Thursday 31 Jul 2014

A sub-genre of science fiction that explores the possible, often catastrophic, effects of climate change is gaining in popularity and has even been added to some university curriculums.

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