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Climate of fear

NDER THE BRIGHT WHITE LIGHTS OF A LONDON EXHIBITION SPACE, an instructor asks those who identify as extremely anxious about climate change to go to the far side of the room. Those who don’t should stay closer to her. Soon, she is mostly alone; 30 ft. away,

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