Studies: Human Response Won't Stop Global Warming Two new studies conclude that even if humankind takes dramatic action now to curb global warming, the world will continue to heat up and sea levels will rise for centuries. The reports, in Science magazine, underscore the difficulties in dealing with a worldwide environmental issue.
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Studies: Human Response Won't Stop Global Warming

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Studies: Human Response Won't Stop Global Warming

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Studies: Human Response Won't Stop Global Warming

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Two new studies conclude that even if humankind takes dramatic action now to curb global warming, the world will continue to heat up and sea levels will rise for centuries. The reports, in Science magazine, underscore the difficulties in dealing with a worldwide environmental issue.