Furtak, Stephannie
December 2008
Rachel's Democracy & Health News;12/25/2008, Issue 991, p3
The article presents a study which explores the impact of the environmental crisis worldwide. It determines the levels of carbon dioxide which already surpassed the estimated cutoff level that would cause damage to the planet. The study also discovered that this threshold level is actually much lower than previously estimated.


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