Combating Global Warming

September 1989
National Parks;Sep/Oct89, Vol. 63 Issue 9/10, p43
Reports on the release of the publication 'A Citizen's Guide to the Greenhouse Crisis' by the Greenhouse Crisis Foundation in the U.S. Publication of the booklet as part of a three-year educational campaign to teach people how to reverse the global warming trend.


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