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It's 2050 And This Is How We Stopped Climate Change

Let's imagine that we've ended global warming. Humans no longer are releasing greenhouse gases into the atmosphere. Here's what life is like in a zero-carbon world.

Senior White House adviser Ivanka Trump, President Trump's daughter, has crafted an increase in child care funding as part of the White House's budget proposal set to be released on Monday. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Exclusive: White House And Ivanka Trump Propose New Spending On Child Care

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It's 2050 And This Is How We Stopped Climate Change

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For most of us, the benefits of a walk greatly outweigh the risks, doctors say. Get off the couch now. Elena Bandurka /EyeEm/Getty Images hide caption

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Walk Your Dog, But Watch Your Footing: Bone Breaks Are On The Rise

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Lesley McClurg sits on the floor of her home in Oakland, Calif., reading a birthing book. McClurg has been taking the time to decide between having a home birth or a hospital birth. Lindsey Moore/KQED hide caption

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Home Birth Can Be Appealing, But How Safe Is It?

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Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., speaks to local residents last Friday in the Queens borough of New York. She wants to break up tech giants. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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Democratic Candidates Target Tech Giants, Who Are Major Party Donors

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