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Bill Nye: 5 Simple Things You Need to Know About Climate Change

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They say that if you really understand an issue, you can explain it very simply. Well, clearly Bill Nye really understands climate change because he can explain it in the simplest of terms (He's even explained it using emojis). Now, in partnership with National Geographic, Bill Nye explains the five things you need to know about climate change, and why the rate at which our planet is changing is so important.

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