Dyer, Gwynn
December 2008
Rachel's Democracy & Health News;12/11/2008, Issue 989, p5
The article reports on the four conclusions of the study about the climate change scenarios in-house. The study has been conducted to the senior military people, scientists, diplomats and politicians. It is pointed out that there are no permanent solutions for climatic change, merely ways of winning more to cut emissions without triggering global warming in a meanwhile.


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