Jonathan Bamber, Argentina, Atta discussed on PRI's The World

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Future because they say, it's too uncertain. What do you think of that as a matter of both science and policy? I taught to know how to respond something, it's basically scientifically illiterate. I mean, if you think the world, you know, we don't camp out, well beyond twenty forty then fine. Go ahead. But I mean it's like a of scientific, and you know, it's, it's, it's, it's, it's insanity today, because some well, in particular, because we know that response to the climate system, becomes more and more non linear. In other words, you know, the, the responses accelerate as you go further into the future. Unless that's very right boss or why the onset is grow. But we need to know what there's uncertain his onset of just pretending. They don't exist. It makes no sense. It'll Jonathan Bamber at the university of Bristol his lead author of a new alarming study of possible sea level rise by the year. Twenty one hundred Jonathan thank you very much. Thank you abortion laws of grabbed our attention in the US recently. Just this month. Alabama pass the nation's most restrictive abortion ban with no exceptions for rape, or incest. Other states have also made their abortion laws tougher, Georgia, Arkansas and Indiana, among others. If you go to a number of Latin American countries, you'll find similar laws Argentina for example, but the conversation there might be changing today. Thousands of women celebrated in the capital bonus IRAs and supportive legislation that would provide more abortion rights, the world's Alison at Atta just returned from Argentina where she's been reporting on the abortion debate there..

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