Carbon bad-boy

November 2013
New Scientist;11/23/2013, Vol. 220 Issue 2944, p5
The article reports that the Australian conservative government decided to eliminate its carbon-reduction measures in 2013, when its envoy to the climate change talks in Warsaw, Poland also took a hard-line approach on dealing with carbon emission reductions.


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