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Item #d92dec119

"The Political Pleasures of Engineering," Technol. Rev., 22-28, Aug.-Sep. 1992. An interview with former White House Chief of Staff John Sununu, including his thoughts on global warming.

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"The Unsheltering Sky," A. Gore, Nat. Parks, 26-27, July-Aug. 1992.

Senator Gore comments on some of the effects of the ozone hole on humans and animals in the Southern Hemisphere, and calls for an ecological perspective that does not treat the Earth as something separate from human civilization.

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"Can We Repair the Air?" S.H. Schneider, Discover, 28-32, Sep. 1992. Remedies include large-scale engineering solutions, such as iron fertilization of oceans and injection of dust into the stratosphere, and those offering collateral benefits to society, such as reducing deforestation and limiting population growth.

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"On Being a Bit Less Green," J. Emsley, New Scientist, 53-54, Oct. 17, 1992. Although gases other than carbon dioxide will contribute most to any future global warming, as explained by the author (a chemist), carbon dioxide emissions should be reduced to end the squandering of global carbon resources through excessive use.

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