Williams, Sue
December 2000
UNESCO Sources;Dec2000, Issue 129, p3
Editorial. Discusses the urgency of the global warming phenomena. Efforts of the scientific community in determining the extent to which human activity is responsible for such environmental phenomena; Predicted rise in the global temperature in the 21st century; Possible role of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization in addressing such issue.


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