Global warming close to becoming irreversible: Scientists

April 2012
Chemical Business;Apr2012, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p20
Trade Publication
The article reports on a warning from scientists about the rising global warming. According to scientists, the world's temperature will increase by six degrees Celsius by 2100 if greenhouse gas emissions are not controlled. They warned about the effects of global warming, including the melting of polar ice sheets and loss of rain forests.


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