Cold Years in the Future Could Be Hotter Than the Hottest Years Now

Walsh, Bryan
October 2013
Time.com;10/15/2013, p1
The article focuses on a study published in the periodical "Nature" stating that global temperatures will rise to levels not seen in recent history by 2047. Topics include the consequences of climate change, the impact of temperature increases in developing countries, and if humans will be able to adjust to warmer global temperatures.


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