Scientists call for an end to 'political assaults'

June 2010
Ecos;Jun/Jul2010, Issue 155, p21
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The article reports on the request of the members of the U.S. National Academy of Sciences to end political assaults on climate science and climate scientists which to their opinion does not provide alternative theory that satisfies the evidences of climate change.


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