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COVID-19 is awful. But Climate crises will be worse.

While the discussions increase on vaccine and best vaccination process roadmaps, the Pandemic caused a significant global crisis and has shocked the world, causing a tragic number of deaths, making people afraid to leave home, and leading to economic hardship not seen in many generations. Its effects are rippling across the world. But still we have to accept two things: First, in the last 120 years the world has seen worse tragic loss life, namely with two world-wars (1914-1918 and 1939-1945), several local wars (Vietnam and Korea), and political motivated atrocities.  Now, one would not imagine that in just a few decades, the same description will fit another global crisis: the  climate change crises . As awful as this pandemic is, climate change crises will be worse. It is obvious that only very few can put the context of COVID-19 near to climate change crises or to even see a problem like climate change crises right now. When disaster strikes, it is human nature to worry only about