Global warming on trial

Katz, Diane
March 2010
Fraser Forum;Mar2010, p6
The article discusses the failure of the Copenhagen Conference held in Denmark to disclose and expose deception and fraud in the research of anthropogenic climate change and global warming. The conference urged developed countries to submit voluntary emissions reduction targets to the United Nations to reduce global temperature and carbon dioxide. Thus, United Nations have declared that developing countries would have to reduce carbon dioxide emissions to prevent the rise global temperature.


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