What this summer’s extreme weather events mean for humanity

As the worldwide heat record fell last week, the acute effects are emerging quickly. Extreme weather events are proliferating across the globe. The World’s host Marco Werman talks with Michael Mann, a professor of Environmental and Earth Science at the University of Pennsylvania and author of the forthcoming book, “Our Fragile Moment,” about the possibility that extreme weather makes parts of earth less and less habitable.

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