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One of the four policy papers presented to President George Bush by the major national scientific bodies suggests actions his administration should take regarding global environmental change--global warming, tropical deforestation, acid deposition and ozone depletion. (See REPORTS, this Global Climate Change Digest issue--Mar. 1989.) The offering of such unsolicited advice is unprecedented for the National Academy of Science, National Academy of Engineering and the Institute of Medicine, which also jointly developed papers on AIDS, space policy and science advice in the White House. See also Nature, p. 104, Jan. 12, 1989; Science, p. 163, Jan. 13; Eos, p. 36, Jan. 17.

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