TITLE

Developing countries dispute use of figures on climate change impacts

AUTHOR(S)
Masood, Ehsan
PUB. DATE
August 1995
SOURCE
Nature;8/3/1995, Vol. 376 Issue 6539, p374
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on the dispute among developing countries attending a meeting to draft a document on the social costs of climate change. Impact of global warming to industrialized nations; Challenge by developing nations of criteria for measurement of damage caused by global warming; Failure by developing nations to propose workable alternative.
ACCESSION #
9509100863

 

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