9 September 2015. Denis Hayes, Richard von Weizsäcker Fellow and President of the Bullitt Foundation, considers the climate change as being one of the biggest dangers for humanity. His appeal: “We have to try to cause people to care as much about human beings on the other side of the world as they do about the people in their neighborhood.“

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