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Parts of our planet are in danger of becoming close to "uninhabitable". This is one of the conclusions of US-based journalist, David Wallace-Wells, who's recently written in the New York Magazine about the possible catastrophic effects of climate change, if nothing is done to reverse the trend. The magazine's deputy editor based his worst-case scenarios on interviews with climatologists and researchers. (Picture: A background image of dried and cracked soil. Credit: jokerpro. Collection: iStock / Getty Images Plus)