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Frew, Andreas
November 2002
New Scientist;11/30/2002, Vol. 176 Issue 2371, p53
Reports on effects of soot emissions from diesel vehicles on atmosphere. Global warming caused by diesel vehicles; Popularity of diesel vehicles in Europe; Reasons for rejection of the Kyoto Protocol on global warming by the U.S.


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