WATCHING THE WORLD BRITISH GAS OPERATIONS

with Roger Vielvoye from London The warmest winter in 300 years following closely on an unseasonably sunny summer in 1989 seems to have convinced the people of Britain that the evidence in support of the global warming theory has considerable merit. Arguments now seem to center on the exact role of man-made carbon dioxide emissions in this process and how to finance programs to limit those discharges and protect low-lying areas from rising sea levels.

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