A Climate Of Agreement

Dickey, Christopher
May 2013
Newsweek Global;5/22/2013, Vol. 161 Issue 19, p1
The article discusses a study published in the periodical "Environmental Research Letters" indicating that in peer-reviewed research fully 97 percent of scientists attribute global warming to human causes.


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