Scientific American Drops ‘Climate Change,’ to Use ‘Climate Emergency’ Instead: ‘Words Matter’

Scientific American magazine announced it would replace the term "climate change" with something they feel is more appropriate for the state of the planet and humanity.

In a post on Monday, senior editor Mark Fischetti said the publication has agreed with other news outlets to use "climate emergency" instead of "climate change" in its stories moving forward.

Comparing Earth's environmental concerns to medical situations that require 911 help, Fischetti said there was no mistake the planet is in an emergency of its own.

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