1890 Statement on Climate Change

The number of hypotheses and theories about climate change are numerous. Quite naturally they have caught the public attention, as any proof of past climactic change points to the possibility of future climate change, which inevitably will have significant implications for global economics.

Notes:

Recognizes it, does not mention Carbon Dioxide, but acknowledges global economic impacts of it.

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 Klima-Schwankungen seit 1700
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Br├╝ckner , Eduard (1890), Klima-Schwankungen seit 1700, Retrieved on 2012-01-28
  • Source Material [books.google.com]
  • Folksonomies: climatology


    Schemas

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     Climate Change

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