Global Warming: The Greenpeace Report
Jeremy K. Leggett
Oxford University Press, 1990 - Carbon dioxide - 554 pages
In this report commissioned by Greenpeace, a group of leading scientists and energy analysts from all over the world explain the scientific data available on the risks of global warming. The report assesses the implications of the data and outline the policies needed to overcome the problem.
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