Climate Change on Pace to Occur 10 Times Faster than any Change Recorded in Past 65 Million Years

News   Aug 05, 2013

 
Climate Change on Pace to Occur 10 Times Faster than any Change Recorded in Past 65 Million Years
 
 
 

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