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The following relate to the international meeting on limiting carbon dioxide emissions held in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, last November (see Global Climate Change Digest, NEWS, Dec. 1989):

The Noordwijk Declaration on Atmospheric Pollution and Climatic Change is reprinted in Intl. Environ. Rptr. (pp. 624-627, Dec. 1989) with accompanying articles, and by U.S. IPCC News (Dec. 1989) with a White House statement on the meeting. The latter publication primarily covers activities of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change; contact Mason Charak (new address), Nat. Clim. Prog. Off., Universal Building, S. 518, 1825 Connecticut Ave. NW, Washington DC 20235 (202-673-5360).

"Former Dutch Environment Minister Discusses Noordwijk Meeting, Financial Aspects of Global Warming," World Clim. Change Rep., pp. 26-27, Dec. 1989. (An interview with Pieter Winsemius; related articles are in the same issue.)

"Disentangling the Greenhouse," J. Maddox, Nature, p. 339, Nov. 23, 1989. An editorial maintaining that scientific uncertainty justifies a careful approach to any international convention on climate.

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