NSF: KUWAIT ENVIRONMENTAL HARM FOUND TO BE NOT AS BAD AS FEARED

The National Science Foundation has confirmed reports that environmental effects from burning Kuwaiti oil well fires are not as bad as originally feared. Friends of the Earth immediately disputed that conclusion. An NSF sponsored research team reported last week that although smoke from the fires is blocking sunlight and lowering Persian Gulf temperatures, it probably will not travel outside the region or affect global climate.

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