by Heidi Cullen
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A leading expert on climate change offers a frightening look at what the planet could look like in 2050 if carbon emissions are not reduced, highlighting different areas of the globe and how new weather patterns will affect them.
July 22, 2011 This summer of record-breaking heat followed a spring that brought some of the most extreme weather on record. In her book The Weather of the Future, climatologist Heidi Cullen writes, "It's time to face the fact that the weather isn't what it used to be."
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