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Earth Day: U.N. warns ‘now or never’ on climate change action

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Climate scientist at Columbia University and Lamont Research Professor, Dr. Radley Horton, joins News NOW to discuss the U.N.’s latest climate study, which lays out the path to avoid the worst consequences of a climate disaster and to explain what positive steps can be taken to combat climate change.