Using archaeology to understand the past, present, future of climate change

With the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) warning that we have 12 years to avoid dire consequences, archaeologists recognize the importance of communicating their understandings of ancient landscapes and the threats that face particularly vulnerable populations. Archaeologists work in the present to understand the past, but also to speak to future crises.

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