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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
Published July 1988 through June 1999

FROM VOLUME 2, NUMBER 2, FEBRUARY 1989

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ITALY HOSTS POLICY CONFERENCE


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Scientific and policy experts, primarily from Europe, the United States, Canada and the Soviet Union, assembled by invitation January 16-18, 1989, in Turin, Italy, to review and debate the greenhouse effect, ozone depletion and acid rain, the relation between these problems and their implications for humans. A manifesto proposing new policies and a code of conduct for decision makers as well as for the man in the street was developed, to be issued this spring. The meeting was organized by the Sanpaolo Foundation for Culture, Science and Art, under the patronage of the President of Italy.

For further information on Atmosfera, Clima e Uomo (Atmosphere, Climate and Man) contact the Foundation's Scientific Secretariat at Via Pinciana, 35, 00198 Rome, Italy (tel. 06-65075276). In the U.S. contact Gastone Chingari, IIT Res. Inst., 1825 K St. NW, Washington DC 20006 (202-296-1610).

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