February 2007
Future Survey;Feb2007, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p3
The article cites a variety of issues related to global warming. Problems concerning global warming can get worst if climate change manifests. The need for renewable and nuclear energy is relevant to address global warming problems. The link between global warming and energy is explained in four scenarios, including catastrophe, losing ground, breaking even and gaining ground.


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