Climate change has essentially become a class struggle. That’s why it now seems depressing likely we’ll see the reef slowly dying before our eyes

Over the last years, as the slow motion catastrophe known as climate change gathered momentum, many have people consoled themselves by imagining a tipping point, a specific manifestation of the crisis so grotesque and so extreme as to force our leaders to respond.

The damage now evident throughout the Great Barrier Reef should dispel any illusion that such a point exists.

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Source: Guardian Climate Change