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Paris has been a landmark agreement, but it won’t be the last. The political world is waking up to what a transition away from fossil fuels looks like. But it has only started to understand the scale of the challenge to adapt to the impact of climate change on our food system, our humanitarian system, our economies and ultimately the livelihoods of hundreds of millions around the world. For the world’s poorest and most vulnerable, the struggle for climate justice continues.