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Americans starting to worry about climate change . . . again

69% of adults say global warming is either a "very serious" or "somewhat serious" problem, up from 63% in 2010

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An analysis in the journal Science has found that as the planet warms, species will disappear at an accelerating rate. In his encyclical, Pope Francis will call for action to avoid an unprecedented destruction of the ecosystem.

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THE financial crisis made Americans less worried about climate change. The Democrats' attempt to pass sweeping climate legislation in 2009 and 2010 probably reduced Americans' anxiety level as well, as paradoxical as that may sound. But now Americans are getting more worried