Climate change: Out-of-reach goal to limit warming

November 2011
Nature;11/24/2011, Vol. 479 Issue 7374, p448
Academic Journal
The article offers information on the unattainable goal to limit global warming into two°Celsius (C) by the end of 2011 even if the carbon emissions in the world will be cut by 90 %.


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