Wally Broecker, 2015, “What Should We Do About Fossil Fuel CO2?”

Postscript, 19:03 EDT, 1st September 2014

See Wally Broecker’s article in Science where he proposed and coined both the terms “climatic change” and “global warming”. That was in August of 1975.

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