Listening Practice: Solving Global Warming

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Category: The Environment

Topic: Solving Global Warming

Difficulty: Intermediate-Advanced

Length: 09.51

Description: A short academic video about the how the world came together thirty years ago to fight climate change and how it can therefore do it again. 

Materials

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