The World Is Not Enough, Apparently December 19, 2019

Olivia Alperstein, Media Relations Manager, PSR | Inkstick Media

Two of the gravest threats to human health and survival – nuclear weapons and the climate crisis – are interconnected. Right now, the risk of either a nuclear-driven climate disaster or climate-driven nuclear disaster is particularly high. Either could cause one of the worst global health crises imaginable. In fact, the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists’ Doomsday Clock, which analyzes both threats, puts us at just two minutes to apocalypse.

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