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Tuesday, December 13, 2005

Global Warming and the Developing World

This article, from the December 11th version of the New York Times, describes the horrible impact of a Brazilian drought on people who live in Amazonia. The article notes how some scientists speculate that the drought has in fact been caused by global warming. If this theory eventually obtains wide acceptance in the scientific community, those that claim developing countries bear the lion share of global warming's impacts on the Earth will have yet more evidence on their side.

Click here to read the article on the drought in Brazil.

Click here to read a report on the impacts of global warming on developing countries from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

-- JB


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