Science is telling us something

January 2014
Moderate Voice;1/28/2014, p12
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The article discusses several aspects of global warming. Topics discussed include several countries experiencing rise in global temperature and rise in burning of fossil fuels, human-generated carbon emissions and emission of greenhouse gases. It also reveals how several countries including China and India are dealing with global warming problem.


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