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After years of very little rainfall, the lakebed of Suesca lagoon sits dry and cracked, in Suesca, Colombia, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021. The basin which is dependent on runoff has suffered severe deforestation and erosion, which together with the added impact of climate change has led to a significant reduction of its water level. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)

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FILE - In this Thursday, Feb. 18, 2021 image from video, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, walks to check in for his flight back to the U.S., at Cancun International Airport in Cancun, Mexico. On Friday, Feb. 19, 2021, The Associated Press reported on stories circulating online incorrectly asserting that in 2016, Cruz tweeted, “I’ll believe in climate change when Texas freezes over.” The tweet is fabricated. It cannot be found on Cruz’s verified Twitter account, nor is it on websites that track deleted tweets by public officials. (AP Photo/Dan Christian Rojas)

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FILE - In this Tuesday, July 14, 2020 file photo, German Chancellor Angela, left, and Markus Soeder, right, Governour of the German state of Bavaria, talk during a boat tour in Priem Am Chiemsee, Germany. Markus Soeder is many things: state governor of Bavaria, Star Trek fan, a conservative for whom combating climate change is an article of faith. The question Germans are asking now is: can the 54-year-old win enough backing across the political spectrum to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor in September. (Peter Kneffel/DPA via AP, Pool, file)

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FILE - In this Tuesday, July 14, 2020 file photo, German Chancellor Angela, front left, and Markus Soeder, front right, Governour of the German state of Bavaria, attend a meeting of the Bavarian state cabinet at the mirror gallery of the 'New Palace' on the Herrechiemsee island, Germany. Markus Soeder is many things: state governor of Bavaria, Star Trek fan, a conservative for whom combating climate change is an article of faith. The question Germans are asking now is: can the 54-year-old win enough backing across the political spectrum to succeed Angela Merkel as chancellor in September. (Peter Kneffel/DPA via AP, Pool)