2 °C rise inevitable

November 2015
New Scientist;11/7/2015, Vol. 228 Issue 3046, p6
The article discusses the United Nations (UN's) prediction on the rise of the world's temperature in 2036, including in regard to an international climate treaty's goal of limiting global warming.


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