Climate conference ends in disarray

MacKenzie, Debora
November 1990
New Scientist;11/17/90, Vol. 128 Issue 1743, p15
Announces the lack of any concrete decisions concerning global warming and regulations for carbon dioxide emissions at the World Climate Conference in Geneva. Vague proposals; United States' policy; Opposition from oil producing nations.


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