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5 Ways to Win a Man’s Heart
Do you know the way to a man’s heart? Many years ago I had a conversation with a co-worker of mine who has been happily married for 25 years. She said that three little things make a big difference in her husband’s mood when he walks through the door at the end of the day: the aroma of something good cooking, having the entryway or family room of her house neat and clean and greeting her husband very warmly. That may all seem a bit old school to you and me, but she knows what will win her husband’s heart and because she loves him she does those three simple things. What would win your husband over?
I was thinking about that question this week. So I decided to talk to some husbands and ask them what their wives do that they really love. I asked them, what is one thing your wife does that makes you melt? Here are 5 things they told me.
1. Notice what he does and compliment him
When men do things around the house there are two purposes: one is to fix the problem, the second is to impress you. When your husband fixes something, has he ever announced it or shown you? He’s looking for your approval. He wants to be your hero. If you want to win your husband over, one of the best ways is to see what he does and tell him how amazing he is or how grateful you are for what he did.
2. Initiate s*x
This can be a touchy subject. There are plenty of women who are married to men with low s*x drives who consistently initiate s*x only to get shut down by their husbands. However, almost every man we talked to said how much they loved when their wives initiated s*x or wished they would. It makes him feel connected to you and lets him know he is still desired.
3. Support and encourage their purpose
Something that is very important to men is that their lives have a purpose. That purpose can be tied to what they do for a career, but not always. Men need a mission. What is your husband passionate about? What is his mission to accomplish? Nothing lifts a man’s spirit or confidence more than the support of a loving woman. The way to a man’s heart is to support the purpose that his heart is passionate about.
Nothing lifts a man’s spirit or confidence more than the support of a loving woman.
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4. Stand up for him
There is nothing more demoralizing for a man than when he’s the butt of someone’s joke and his wife joins in the laughter. Or even worse, she is the one making fun of him. Yes, there are times when we should be able to laugh at ourselves and not take ourselves too seriously. He may join in, however, deep down underneath that laughter and self-deprecation is a lot of self-doubt, fear, and possible hurt. Affirm him. Let him know either privately or publicly in the moment that he measures up in your eyes.
5. Brag about him
Men want to know that they have what it takes. They want to know they have the manhood, competence, and wisdom to be the husband, father, and provider you need and desire. Let your husband know you believe in him and would choose him over any other man out there to be yours and your children’s dad. The best way to do that is to proclaim it publicly to others when he is around. When you do it, pay attention to the look on his face. It will make him light up.
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How to; Have a Better Relationship
Can you spot a good relationship? Of course nobody knows what really goes on between any couple, but decades of scientific research into love, s*x and relationships have taught us that a number of behaviors can predict when a couple is on solid ground or headed for troubled waters. Good relationships don’t happen overnight. They take commitment, compromise, forgiveness and most of all — effort. Keep reading for the latest in relationship science, fun quizzes and helpful tips to help you build a stronger bond with your partner.
Falling in love is the easy part. The challenge for couples is how to rekindle the fires of romance from time to time and cultivate the mature, trusting love that is the hallmark of a lasting relationship.
What’s Your Love Style?
When you say “I love you,” what do you mean?
Terry Hatkoff, a California State University sociologist, has created a love scale that identifies six distinct types of love found in our closest relationships.
Romantic: Based on passion and s*xual attraction
Best Friends: Fondness and deep affection
Logical: Practical feelings based on shared values, financial goals, religion etc.
Playful: Feelings evoked by flirtation or feeling challenged
Possessive: Jealousy and obsession
Unselfish: Nurturing, kindness, and sacrifice
Researchers have found that the love we feel in our most committed relationships is typically a combination of two or three different forms of love. But often, two people in the same relationship can have very different versions of how they define love. Dr. Hatkoff gives the example of a man and woman having dinner. The waiter flirts with the woman, but the husband doesn’t seem to notice, and talks about changing the oil in her car. The wife is upset her husband isn’t jealous. The husband feels his extra work isn’t appreciated.
What does this have to do with love? The man and woman each define love differently. For him, love is practical, and is best shown by supportive gestures like car maintenance. For her, love is possessive, and a jealous response by her husband makes her feel valued.
Understanding what makes your partner feel loved can help you navigate conflict and put romance back into your relationship. You and your partner can take the Love Style quiz from Dr. Hatkoff and find out how each of you defines love. If you learn your partner tends toward jealousy, make sure you notice when someone is flirting with him or her. If your partner is practical in love, notice the many small ways he or she shows love by taking care of everyday needs.
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How to; change your default browser in Windows 11
If you’ve updated your PC from Windows 10 to Windows 11, you may have noticed that when you click on a link for a website, a PDF document, or a variety of other file types, you will now be sent to Microsoft’s Edge browser. In its new version of Windows, Microsoft seems to have become especially aggressive in pushing its own apps over the apps that had been installed as defaults before the upgrade. In other words, Edge suddenly became your default browser.
Normally, the first time you go into another browser that is not Edge — say, Google Chrome — the not-Edge browser will ask if you’d like to make it the default instead. However, the process for changing your defaults in Windows 11 has become more complicated than it was in Windows 10. So you may not get that handy request — or if you do, it may land you on a complicated-looking page headed “App > Default apps.” Either way, here’s how to switch.
SWITCH DEFAULT BROWSERS
If you don’t want Edge to be your default browser, and your favorite browser isn’t offering to make the change for you — or if it did offer but instead sent you to the “Default apps” page — here’s how to switch the default. For this example, I’m using Google Chrome, but this should work with any browser that you have installed on your system.
Select Settings > Apps > Default apps
Under “Set defaults for applications,” either scroll down to where your preferred browser is listed or type the name in the “Search apps” field. Click on the app.
Switching browsers means associating each file type with your new browser.
You’ll see a list of browser-related files, and under each file name, the app with which it is currently associated. In Windows 11, you can’t simply change your default browser with a single click — you have to change the assigned browser for every specific file type.
Look for the file types assigned to Edge, such as .HTM, .HTML, HTTP, HTTPS, and perhaps .PDF (unless you have a PDF reader you prefer). Click on the ones you want to change.
When you first click on a file type, Windows may try to discourage any changes.
You may get a “Before you switch” pop-up urging you to try Microsoft Edge — go ahead and click on “Switch anyway.” You’ll get a pop-up with a “Keep using this app” selection on top and your other installed browsers below. Go ahead and select the one you want to use. (Be aware that there may be some file types that won’t offer your browser as an alternative.)
You can change each file type for an appropriate installed app.
Note: by the time you read this, some browsers may have instituted a system for letting you more easily switch your default browser. For example, when this was written, the first time I opened Firefox, it asked if I wanted it to become the default. I let it go ahead, and when I went to the “Default apps” section of setup, I found that Firefox was now set as the default for .HTM, .HTML, .HTTP, and .HTTPS files. Edge was still listed for .PDF, .SHTML, .SVG, .XHT, and .XHTML files.
The Firefox default wizard switches some — but not all — of the browser file settings.
One more thing: if you do open Edge for any reason, you will get the expected pop-up urging you to return to “recommended browser settings.”
THAT WON’T SOLVE EVERYTHING
But wait — there’s more. Even after you switch your browser default to something other than Edge, you’re still going to get Edge as the favored browser for a number of Windows apps. For example, bring up Windows 11’s new Widget pane (by clicking on the Widgets icon in your taskbar, the one that looks like a two-paned window), and click on one of the news items that appear there — and the link will open Edge.
If you find that irritating, there may be an app for that. In order to open Edge-specific links, you need to do the following:
Go to Settings > Apps > Default Apps.
Scroll down to the bottom until you see “Choose defaults by link type.”
Click on that and then in the search box labeled “Set defaults for link types,” type “Edge.”
Under the label “Microsoft-Edge, you’ll see “Microsoft Edge.” Click on that, and you’ll see any other browsers that you can use to open those specialized links.
Interestingly, if you install Chrome or Firefox, you won’t see them as choices. But if you install the Brave browser, you will see it as an option — and if you select that, then whenever you click on a news link in the Widget pane, it will come up in Brave.
You can set the Brave browser to open widget links.
Another possibility is a tool called EdgeDeflector that was originally created to intercept any links in Windows 10 that were Edge-specific and rewrite them on the fly so that they can be opened by the default web browser. I did a little browsing and read that its latest version, v220.127.116.11, would work with Windows 11.
I installed and followed the directions for setup. Unfortunately, while that worked for most links, when I clicked on a link from the news sources in the Widgets pane, it didn’t quite work — the link opened in Chrome, but none of the graphics came through. I’d keep an eye on this app, though...
Note: Apparently, Microsoft has started to block EdgeDeflector and other apps that help you switch your browser defaults from Edge. We’ll let you know if this changes.
Update October 8th, 2021, 1:10PM ET: What happens when some browsers offer to switch your defaults has been clarified.
Update October 10th, 2021, 10:30AM ET: Updated to include directions for allowing the Brave browser to open certain specialized Windows links.
Update November 15th, 2021 5:00PM ET: Added note about Microsoft blocking EdgeDeflector.
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Faraday Future is launching an investigation into recent allegations of financial fraud at the startup, including claims from a recent short-seller report by J Capital. The EV startup’s board of directors has formed a “special committee of independent directors,” which has hired a law firm to perform the investigation.
J Capital had accused Faraday Future of lying about the number of reservations it had collected for its ultra-expensive electric SUV, the FF91. It also accused Faraday Future’s founder Jia Yueting of unfairly benefitting from the startup’s recent public listing, which it accomplished after merging with a special purpose acquisition company.
“Faraday Future seeks to do business in the most ethical and transparent way,” the company said in a press release. “As a new public company, the Board, as part of its review, is seeking to ensure that the Company is adhering to the highest standards of conduct.”
The startup revealed the investigation Monday in a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. Faraday Future alerted the agency that it was not able to file its full financial results for the third quarter of 2021 on time due to the investigation. The startup did share that it lost $280 million in the third quarter, though, and reaffirmed its goal to deliver the first FF91s in July 2022.
“The investigation is ongoing, and the Special Committee continues to work diligently with outside counsel and advisors to complete the investigation as soon as possible,” Faraday Future wrote in the filing. “The Company cannot predict the duration of the investigation, eventual scope, its outcome, or its impact on the Company’s financial results.”
The startup did not name the independent directors on the committee, or the outside law firm.
Faraday Future is the latest EV startup to face allegations of financial fraud by a research firm with a short position — meaning the firm stands to make money if the startup’s stock price falls. Hindenburg Research released reports on Nikola and Lordstown Motors, and both of those startups wound up facing government investigations. (Nikola’s founder and former CEO was indicted as a result.) EV startup Workhorse is also under investigation after a short-seller report was published accusing it of fraud.
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The White House allegedly challenged Intel’s plans to increase chip production in China
Intel’s efforts to speed up chip production in China have reportedly been contested by the Biden administration, according to a report from Bloomberg. Sources close to the situation told Bloomberg that Intel proposed making silicon wafers in a Chengdu, China factory, which could start production towards the end of 2022. However, Intel’s plans were “strongly discouraged” by White House officials due to potential security issues.
Since Intel needs to secure funding from the government in order to ramp up production, the administration’s opinion holds some weight on Intel’s path forward. As Bloomberg notes, Intel said it currently has “no plans” to produce silicon wafers in China after discussing it with government officials, and that it will instead consider “other solutions.”
THE BIDEN ADMINISTRATION REMAINS SKEPTICAL ABOUT CHINA’S USE OF TECHNOLOGY
“Intel and the Biden administration share a goal to address the ongoing industrywide shortage of microchips, and we have explored a number of approaches with the U.S. government,” Intel said in a statement to Bloomberg. One of these approaches may be to invest in factories to manufacture silicon wafers in the US and Europe, in line with the administration’s goals of manufacturing essential components within the US.
The Biden administration remains skeptical about China’s use of technology. Biden recently expanded on existing policies from the Trump era that places restrictions on the government’s use of China-based brands Huawei and ZTE, as well as labels both companies as threats to national security. Biden’s newly-signed legislation blocks the two brands from obtaining licenses from the Federal Communications Commission. Additionally, Biden previously put restrictions on the sale of hacking tools to China and also banned US investment in Chinese surveillance companies.
The global chip shortage seems to be seeping into more areas of technology every day. With Teslas reportedly shipping without USB ports, newer BMWs coming without touchscreens, and cuts in production for the Switch, PS5, and iPhone 13, it’s starting to look like Intel’s prediction might be right; we may not see the end of the chip shortage until 2023.
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Another Samsung Galaxy S21 FE leak shows the device from more angles
The yet-to-be-announced Samsung Galaxy S21 Fan Edition (FE) has become the victim of another leak, according to a report by Android Police. Just like its S20 FE predecessor, which serves as the affordable counterpart to the S20, the S21 FE is supposed to be the budget-friendly alternative to the flagship S21.
Photo by Coinbrs
Marketing images leaked by Coinbrs show several images of the device, and it, unsurprisingly, closely resembles the S21. The images show us much of what we saw in the S21 FE’s user manual that was previously leaked in September.
As noted by Coinbrs, the device will reportedly have three cameras on its rear: a main 64MP sensor, a depth sensor, and an ultra-wide-angle sensor. On the front, it’s said to have a hole-punch notch housing a 32MP selfie camera, along with an in-display fingerprint scanner.
When compared to the S21 base model’s 6.2-inch display, the S21 FE is rumored to have a slightly bigger screen than its premium counterpart, sporting a 6.4-inch FHD+ 120Hz AMOLED display. Coinbrs says that it may also have a larger 4,500mAh battery that supports 15W fast charging — a small upgrade from the S21’s 4,000mAh battery. In terms of processing power, Coinbrs expects it to either come with the Snapdragon 888 or the Exynos 2100 chip depending on the market, as well as up to 12GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
In June, we weren’t sure there was going to be an S21 FE at all — the ongoing chip shortage spurred rumors that Samsung may be halting the phone’s production. The S21 FE still hasn’t been officially confirmed by Samsung, but Coinbrs claims that the company will officially reveal the phone on January 4th.
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Saif al-Islam Gaddafi: Son of Libya ex-ruler runs for president
The son of Libya's late leader Muammar al-Gaddafi has registered as a candidate in the country's first direct presidential election next month.
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi was once the heir apparent to his father, but his support for a brutal crackdown on protesters 10 years ago tarnished his image.
Since that 2011 uprising, Libya has been riven by conflict.
Rights groups have raised fears the vote, scheduled for 24 December, will not be free and fair.
World powers and the UN secretary-general have warned that anyone who tries to obstruct it or falsify the outcome will face sanctions.
Photos and video circulating online show Saif al-Islam Gaddafi sitting in front of a poster for the upcoming poll, signing electoral papers.
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Bearded and wearing traditional Libyan clothing, he addressed the camera and cited a verse from the Koran that translates as, "judge between us and our people in truth".
"God always prevails in his purpose," he also said, citing another chapter of the Muslim holy book, and adding from another section - "even if the unbelievers hate it".
It is a very different image from the one he presented before the uprising that brought down his father in 2011.
In the aftermath of Muammar Gaddafi's brutal end, Saif al-Islam Gaddafi was himself captured by a militia.
He was held for six years, receiving a death sentence that was later overturned.
Mr Gaddafi is still wanted on war crimes charges by the International Criminal Court, but has gradually re-emerged onto the public stage, including via an interview to the New York Times from his villa in Zintan earlier this year [paywall].
Mr Gaddafi's comeback has sharply divided opinion in Libya, says BBC Monitoring's Amira Fathalla. Yet there is little surprise at his leadership bid, as he has been repeatedly touted as a contender for years.
Memories in Libya are likely still too raw for him to win the presidency, says the BBC's Middle East editor Sebastian Usher, and his candidacy will further complicate the already fragile electoral process.
After years of civil war and rival powers operating in the east and west of the country, Libya is currently led by an interim government but remains politically unstable.
Disagreement between Libya's political bodies and opposing factions about the election rules and the schedule have threatened to derail the presidential vote.
Other candidates in the running are the warlord Khalifa Haftar - who previously led an insurgency from his eastern base against the UN-backed government in Tripoli, plus Prime Minister Abdulhamid al-Dbeibah and parliament speaker Aguila Saleh.
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Japan's former princess Mako arrives in New York after giving up title
Japan's former princess Mako has arrived in the US with her new "commoner" husband, Kei Komuro, after leaving the royal family.
There was minimal pageantry as the college sweethearts, who wed last month, left from Tokyo airport on Sunday morning.
They will rent an apartment in New York where Mr Komuro works at a law firm.
Under Japanese law, female imperial family members forfeit their status upon marriage to a "commoner".
The pair were heavily guarded by police and airport security as they strolled through the departure terminal. They passed about 100 journalists who were there to witness them leave, but did not respond to questions.
Footage broadcast in Japan showed the couple arriving in New York and walking through the airport with security guards, before getting into a waiting vehicle.
Their move to New York had long been rumoured and Mako, who took her husband's name when they got married, is reportedly expected to find a job in the city.
However, the couple faced a set-back to their plans last month when Japanese media reported that Mr Komuro had failed the New York state bar exam. Prospective lawyers have to pass the tests to practice law in the state.
Mr Komuro is currently working as a legal clerk.
The move to the US has drawn comparisons with British royals Meghan Markle and Prince Harry, earning the newlyweds the nickname "Japan's Harry and Meghan".
The couple faced significant opposition when they first announced their engagement four years ago and their relationship has been subject to tabloid gossip and controversy over claims that Mr Komuro's mother had reportedly taken a loan from her ex-fiancé and not paid him back.
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The coverage led to the then-princess developing post-traumatic stress disorder, according to the Imperial Household.
When the couple married last month they skipped the usual rites of a royal wedding and turned down a payment offered to royal women upon their departure from the family.
Former princess Mako, who is the niece of Emperor Naruhito, is the first female member of the royal family to decline both.
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Two Ugandan soldiers sentenced to death in Somalia
Five Ugandan soldiers serving with African Union troops in Somalia have been found guilty of killing seven civilians there in August.
Two of the soldiers have been sentenced to death, while three others have been given 39-year prison sentences.
The three will be repatriated to Uganda to serve their sentences there.
The civilians were unlawfully killed during a gun battle in Golweyn between its troops and al-Shabab militants, the AU says.
The AU's Amisom force has been in Somalia for 14 years.
It has been fighting the al-Shabab Islamists who retain a stronghold on parts of the country. Almost a third of Amisom's 20,000 troops are from Uganda - making it the biggest national contingent.
Saturday's court martial ruling by Uganda comes a month after the AU announced it wanted to expand its military operation in Somalia, pending approval from the UN and the Somali government.
"Our mission in Somalia is to degrade al-Shabab and other armed groups. In doing so, we absolutely have every responsibility to protect the civilian population", said commander of the Ugandan contingent commander Brig Gen Don Nabasa in a statement on Saturday.
VOA reports that some of the victims' families attended the court hearings organised by Uganda in the Somali capital, Mogadishu.
"We are very happy with the court decision and expect compensation to be awarded to the families of those killed," Hussein Osman Wasuge - a spokesman for the bereaved relatives - is quoted as saying.
He told local media that one of the bereaved and six Ugandan soldiers were allowed to testify.
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COP26: China and India must explain themselves, says Sharma
China and India will have to explain themselves to climate-vulnerable nations, COP26 President Alok Sharma has said as the summit ends.
It comes after the two nations pushed for the language on coal to change from "phase out" to "phase down" in the deal agreed in Glasgow.
But Mr Sharma insisted the "historic" deal "keeps 1.5C within reach".
It is the first ever climate deal that plans explicitly to reduce coal - the worst fossil fuel for greenhouse gases.
The summit, which was initially due to end on Friday, had to go into overtime before a deal was agreed late on Saturday - following the late intervention from India to water down the language on coal.
Later on Sunday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson will join Mr Sharma to give a Downing Street news conference on the outcome of the climate summit.
Mr Sharma said the deal struck in the Glasgow climate pact was a "fragile win" and urged China and India to "justify" their actions to nations that are more vulnerable to the effects of global warming.
He told BBC One's Andrew Marr Show: "I am going to be calling on everyone to do more.
"But as I said, in relation to what happened yesterday, China and India will have to explain themselves and what they did to the most climate-vulnerable countries in the world."
Mr Sharma, who had to hold back tears as he closed the summit following the late intervention, added: "I wouldn't describe what we did yesterday as a failure - it is a historic achievement."
China teaming up with India to water down the language will have come as something of a blow to those who wanted a much more ambitious outcome at the conference.
However - perhaps they should not be too pessimistic about the final agreement.
For example, here in Beijing the Communist Party's media mouthpiece Xinhua wire service is already stressing in its commentaries that coal is "the dominant source of carbon dioxide emissions in the process of electricity generation".
It may sound like that is just stating the obvious - but such wording from Xinhua represents a transmission of the party line across the country: coal is the biggest part of the problem!
Beijing knows that ultimately the writing is on the wall for coal, but it's the speed of its phase out which matters to the Chinese government.
It believes that the most developed countries got the world into this problem in the first place - enriching themselves along the way - so now argues that countries like China need to be cut more slack to catch up.
What's also being stressed here from the Chinese delegation has been the perceived shortfall from advanced countries to deliver on their promises to provide finance and technological support for developing countries to help them move to cleaner energy.
Vice Minister Zhao Yingmin, who headed China's team in Glasgow, said he hoped developed countries could "make further efforts to honour their commitments, enhancing support for developing countries, instead of merely urging other parties to raise their ambitions".
One of the main goals set out by COP26 was to ensure we do not go above 1.5C by 2100 - which scientists have said would limit the worst impacts of climate change.
As part of the agreement struck in Glasgow, countries will meet next year to pledge further major carbon cuts with the aim of reaching the 1.5C goal. Current pledges, if fulfilled, will only limit global warming to about 2.4C.
Scientists have warned if global temperatures rise by more than 1.5C the Earth is likely to experience severe effects such as millions more people being exposed to extreme heat. The world is currently 1.2C warmer than it was in the 19th Century.
Under the Glasgow climate pact:
Countries were asked to republish their climate action plans by the end of next year, with more ambitious emissions reduction targets for 2030
There is an emphasis on the need for developed countries to increase the money they give to those already suffering the effects of climate change - beyond the current $100bn annual target
The language about coal has been included for the first time ever in a global climate deal
A pledge in a previous draft to "phase out" coal was instead watered down to a commitment to "phase down" coal
The final deal agreed on has been met with some criticism.
Ed Miliband, shadow business and energy secretary, told the Sky News' Trevor Phillips programme that "keeping 1.5 degrees alive is frankly in intensive care".
He said the world's task was to halve global emissions by 2030 and said that despite some progress in Glasgow "the world is only probably about 20% or 25% of the way to that goal".
But Mr Miliband commended Mr Sharma on his efforts.
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The UN's climate change chief, Patricia Espinosa, described the mention of coal and fossil fuels as a "huge step forward".
But she added that "we need to also balance out the social consequences for so many people around the world, especially in the poor countries".
Lord Deben, the chairman of the Climate Change Committee, told BBC Radio 4's The World This Weekend that the UK should negotiate future trade deals with "some congruence with the world battle on climate change" - pointing to Australia as an example.
"I hope our government will also recognise that you really cannot sign trade deals on the basis that Australia can do nothing to insist on their farmers meeting the challenge of climate change and then export their goods to Britain," he said.
He added that India's push to change the language on coal was a "misuse" of the process.
A report by the Climate Action Tracker group has calculated that at the current rate, the world is heading for 2.4C of warming by 2100.
If no action was taken, scientists believe global warming could exceed 4C in the future. This could lead to devastating heatwaves, droughts, extreme rainfall and floods. As a result, millions of people could lose their homes to rising sea levels.
In addition to this, the change in climate could lead to irreversible damage to our ecosystem - with the mass extinction of animal and plant species.
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