The JASON Report, The long term impact of carbon dioxide on climate (1979)

The report, The long term impact of carbon dioxide on climate was issued in 1979, by the JASON advisory group. JASON is an independent group of elite scientists which advises the United States government on matters of science and technology, mostly of a sensitive nature, in the following some highlights.

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July 10, 2019

The report, The long term impact of carbon dioxide on climate was issued in 1979, by the JASON advisory group. JASON is an independent group of elite scientists which advises the United States government on matters of science and technology, mostly of a sensitive nature, in the following some highlights.

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