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A Climatologist's View of the Kyoto Treaty
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A Climatologist's View of the Kyoto Treaty

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A Climatologist's View of the Kyoto Treaty

A Climatologist's View of the Kyoto Treaty
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Countries participating in the Kyoto protocol hope to lower worldwide carbon levels to pre-1990 levels over the next seven years. Stephen Schneider, a climatologist at Stanford University, talks about the treaty's goals and potential effect on global warming.

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