The False Alert of Global Warmim

Bethell, Tom
May 2005
American Spectator;May2005, Vol. 38 Issue 4, p38
Focuses on issues related to global warming. Views of environmentalists on the cause of the warming; Environmental benefits of man-made carbon dioxide; Information on the Kyoto Protocol treaty.


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