October 13, 2011

Major Breakthroughs in Climate Science Tech

Strong, World Resources Institute


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This WRI Issue Brief highlights the latest major research in climate change science and technology. It presents a synthesis of current understanding of global warming at a critically important time, as the world continues to negotiate a comprehensive international climate agreement and countries begin to implement their national greenhouse gas emission reduction targets and actions. Our summary of select peer reviewed science and technology publications from 2009 and 2010. . .

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TAGGED: climate change, Environmentalism, climate science, World Resources Institute

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