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FROM VOLUME 5, NUMBER 4, APRIL 1992

NEWS...
CHEMRAWN RECOMMENDATIONS


Item #d92apr109

At the seventh CHEMRAWN (Chemical Research Applied to World Needs) conference (Baltimore, Maryland, December 1991), 400 scientists and policy experts from 43 countries translated the latest findings on global atmospheric change into a series of proposals aimed at political and scientific leaders and the negotiators of the Earth Summit. Among the findings: rising greenhouse gas levels require international agreement on controlling emissions; the private sector should have a "partnership role" with government and academia in establishing global change research priorities. See "CHEMRAWN Reaches for the Sky," A. Newman, Environ. Sci. Technol., pp. 428-429, Mar. 1992.

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