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Future Forward: Climate Change - What’s Next?

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Scientists predict global temperatures to rise between 1.4 to 2.6°C by the middle of this century if carbon emissions continue to rise at the same levels as today. Global warming has caused sea levels to rise by 20cm in the last century. From super typhoons and droughts to melting glaciers and floods, the world can no longer ignore the impact of man-made climate change. How will these extreme conditions impact the future of the world? About The Show: We seek out big ideas on the future and fresh perspectives on moving forward. We look at global topics with a long term perspective and consider how Singapore is affected by changing trends. We discover what matters in this world of ours. Future Forward - Tuesdays, 8pm, Channel NewsAsia.