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Jon Queally, staff writer
UN Secretary General António Guterres seated next to 15-year-old Swedish climate activist Greta Thunberg, who explained that while the world consumes an estimated 100 million barrels of oil each day, "there are no politics to change that. There are no politics to keep that oil in the ground. So we can longer save the world by playing by the rules, because the rules have to be changed." (Photo: UNFCC COP24 / Screenshot)
"We can no longer save the world by playing by the rules," says Greta Thunberg, "because the rules have to be changed."
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
"The politics that's needed to prevent the climate catastrophe—it doesn't exist...
Jessica Corbett, staff writer
Firefighters battle a wildfire in Sweden.
"The logic that climate change will do this is inescapable—the world is...

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With upcoming elections in a Europe beset by rising neo-Nazism, a new campaign by Swedish Social Democrats against the resurgence has a high-profile leader: Rainer Hoess, 48, the grandson of infamous Auschwitz commandant Rudolf Hoess, who presided over the murder of a million Jews and thousands of others. Hoess has spent years speaking to German schoolchildren about a Nazi influence growing now, as then, because "the social safety nets have been torn, and people are left behind...Hopelessness...