Climate change must be dealt with, warns Stern

Baker, John; Gibson, Jane
November 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;11/6/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 42, p4
Trade Publication
The article deals with the economic impact of climate changes. It is important to promote technology through research and development. Action to combat climate change is necessary and delaying action even by a decade or two will take us into dangerous territory. In this regard, the European Union will look to use the findings to promote political action across the world.


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