Randy James, Time Magazine | June 5, 2009
The repercussions of climate change are far more fatal than expected, a new report says. ++ Millions of the world's poor are the most directly affected. ++ "This number will likely more than double - making it the greatest humanitarian challenge of our time." ++ Developing countries "lack capacity to make their voices heard," but endure 99 per cent of all casualties related to climate change. ++ While the "human-caused influence on the global-warming phenomenon remains unclear" this report is a plea for change directed at the world leaders.