Sloppy Mistake on Glacier Disappearance Chills U.N. Climate Panel

A sloppy mistake in one paragraph of a 938-page U.N. climate report issued in 2007 has alerted the panel responsible for it to the high standard the world now demands of them. Not surprising, since the U.N. climate reports, due every four years, are the most comprehensive and authoritative texts for understanding the human-induced global warming which, if left unchecked, scientists say, will become a global catastrophe. The faulty paragraph stated that Himalayan glaciers providing water to...Full Story
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