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Setting the Record Straight: Global Climate Change

Setting the Record Straight: Global Climate Change Global climate change is a very "hot" topic, one that is sure to be the subject of student research. For students gathering information on this very controversial.topic it is helpful to understand the United Nations position. This site offers
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Setting the Record Straight: Global Climate Change


Global climate change is a very "hot" topic, one that is sure to be the subject of student research. For students gathering information on this very controversial.topic it is helpful to understand the United Nations position. This site offers just such an explanation, along with the U.N. position on other topics. There is also a link to multiple UN publications on climate change.

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