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Meet Allie, One Of The Growing Number Of People Not Having Kids Because Of Climate Change

She is one of a growing chorus of folks opting to forgo having kids because they are worried about the kind of world they'll inherit.
Allie Seroussi is one of a growing chorus people opting to forgo having kids because they are worried about the kind of world they'll inherit. (Courtesy of Allie Seroussi)

This story is part of “Covering Climate Now,” a week-long global initiative of over 250 news outlets.

Scrolling online to procrastinate sleeping, Allie Seroussi stumbled upon an article her mom’s friend shared on Facebook from a series in The New York Times Magazine called “Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change.”

“My entire body went cold when I read it,” she says.

The article chronicles the plight of some American scientists, activists and politicians

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