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We know that climate change can be an overwhelming subject, and we want to break it down for you.
Let us know below what questions you have. There are no limits to what you can ask, as long as it’s related to climate. Your question can be as broad as “What will happen if the planet keeps warming at its current pace” or as specific as “I’ve seen this word in the news and I don’t understand what it means.” And don’t be embarrassed to ask something you feel like you should already know — if you’re wondering, other people probably are, too.
Between now and Earth Day, April 22, we will answer as many questions as possible. Other questions may form the basis of future reporting, helping us decide what to dig into.
We will answer as many questions as possible, and some questions may inform future reporting projects.


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