Cut warming, nations urged

November 05, 1990|By New York Times

GENEVA -- A group of scientists considered experts on world climate have called on all nations to take immediate steps to control global warming, regardless of the many questions that still exist about man-made climate change.

The scientists, at the Second World Climate Conference here, said in a statement that the technology already exists to make substantial cuts in the emission of harmful gases without jeopardizing economic growth. The cuts and changes they are pressing for are far more drastic than any government is now considering.

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