January 10, 2013

Climate Change: The Size Of the Challenge

Editors, ERL


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Truly addressing climate changes means not just stabilizing emissions, but sharply reducing them over the next 50 years, the authors said. This would require more than just improving existing technologies, they added.

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TAGGED: Clean Technology, Carbon Emissions, Climate Change

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