Three climate indicators: Biden's investments, Dutch protests, and droughts : The Indicator from Planet Money The sweltering heat has us wondering, how exactly are people responding to climate change? Today on The Indicator, we're going green with three environmental indicators. Stay tuned for a sliver of hope at the end.

Heating up the weekend with three climate indicators

Heating up the weekend with three climate indicators

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Farmers gather with their vehicles next to a Germany/Netherlands border sign during a protest on the A1 highway/ VINCENT JANNINK/ANP/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Farmers gather with their vehicles next to a Germany/Netherlands border sign during a protest on the A1 highway/

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Record-breaking heat waves are making their way around the world. So our question is, how are governments and people responding to the global climate crisis?

Today on The Indicator, journey with us to a coal factory near Boston. Then, cross the Atlantic with us to witness protests by Dutch farmers. Finally, stay tuned for a small sliver of hope at the end to conclude our three climate indicators of the week.

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