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National Science Academies call for climate change action

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In June 2005, the National Academies of Science of the G8 nations along with Brazil, China, and India issued a joint statement calling on their respective governments to work together to address the climate change problem.

Three years later, the same 11 academies of science, this time joined by Mexico and South Africa reiterated the call for action.


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