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FROM VOLUME 10, NUMBER 11, NOVEMBER 1997

NEWS...
SCIENTIST PETITION


Item #d97nov90

The Union of Concerned Scientists has circulated a World Scientists' Call for Action at the Kyoto Climate Summit, which urges all governments to act immediately to prevent the potentially deadly consequences of human-induced global warming. As of Oct. 14, 1997, there were over 1500 signatures of leading scientists from 63 countries, including 104 Nobel laureates. The statement is available or from UCS at 2 Brattle Sq., Cambridge MA 02238 (tel: 617 547 5552; fax: 617 864 9405).

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