The Geneva Association: Climate change - How much do we know?

February 2009
Asia Insurance Review;Feb2009, p60
Trade Publication
The article explains the need for the people to take action in preventing the existence and effect of climate changes. This action is needed immediately since the effect of this climate change will impact the lives of the people's future children especially the numerous catastrophes in the future. Climate change's extreme effects are probably the changes in extreme weather events.


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