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Climate scientist warns world of widespread suffering if further climate change is not forestalled
Date:12/8/2010

percent of glaciers in the Alps, 100 percent of those in Peru and 92 percent in the Andes of Chile are likewise retreating;

  • Sea levels are rising and the loss of ice coverage in the North Polar region continues to increase annually.

    "Everyone will be affected by global warming," Thompson wrote. "But those with the fewest resources for adapting will suffer the most."


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  • Contact: Lonnie Thompson
    Thompson.3@osu.edu
    614-292-6652
    Ohio State University
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