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Last week’s attacks on Saudi Arabia oil facilities sparked the biggest jump ever in Brent crude futures and hand-wringing about fallout on the global economy. They also underlined the sad fact that the world isn’t doing enough to reduce fossil fuel dependence.
Hundreds of thousands of young people from 150 countries took to the streets Friday for the Climate Change Strike ahead of the U.N.’s much-anticipated climate change global summit tomorrow.
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