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December 12, 2017
Time is running out to prevent a global environmental collapse
Time is running out to prevent a global environmental collapse — that's the stark warning 15,364 of the world's leading climate scientists have sent out.
Scientists from 180 countries, many in the developing world, put their names to the journal article published in Bioscience, which also predicted temperature rises and unpredictable weather patterns that would cause widespread misery.
The paper focused on a number of issues, including the depletion of oceans, deforestation, endangered species and extinct species numbers, fresh water pollution and urban livability.
Time is running out to prevent a global environmental collapse — that's the stark warning 15,364 of the world's leading climate scientists have sent out.
Scientists from 180 countries, many in the developing world, put their names to the journal article published in Bioscience, which also predicted temperature rises and unpredictable weather patterns that would cause widespread misery.
The paper focused on a number of issues, including the depletion of oceans, deforestation, endangered species and extinct species numbers, fresh water pollution and urban livability.
Time is running out to prevent a global environmental collapse — that's the stark warning 15,364 of the world's leading climate scientists have sent out.
Scientists from 180 countries, many in the developing world, put their names to the journal article published in Bioscience, which also predicted temperature rises and unpredictable weather patterns that would cause widespread misery.
 
The paper focused on a number of issues, including the depletion of oceans, deforestation, endangered species and extinct species numbers, fresh water pollution and urban livability.
 

 

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