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A Guide to Information on Greenhouse Gases and Ozone Depletion
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FROM VOLUME 8, NUMBER 5, MAY 1995

PROFESSIONAL PUBLICATIONS...
OF GENERAL INTEREST: COMMENTARY


Item #d95may8

"Global Warming Elucidated," S. Shen (Global Warming Intl. Ctr., POB 5275, Woodridge IL 60517), World Resour. Rev., 7(1), 9-14, Mar. 1995.

Explains the meaning of global warming and its relevance to everyday life, emphasizing how it is likely to increase weather variability and the probability of extreme events. Links the increase in duration of El Niņo to global warming, and predicts coming risks to public health.


Item #d95may9

"Ozone Depletion," Environment, 37(3), 3-4, Apr. 1995.

A comment and reply on a previous paper concerning trade-related issues and the Montreal Protocol.


Item #d95may10

"Creating a Smoke Screen over OPEC's Environmental Stance," OPEC Bull., 26(2), 3, Feb. 1995.

An unsigned editorial responding to an apparently orchestrated sequence of press reports, published prior to the Berlin Conference, that contained a number of incorrect and damaging allegations about OPEC's position on global environmental issues. OPEC was claimed, for example, to be "determined to sabotage the [climate] conference." The response, made here because the press did not at any time contact OPEC for its comments, concludes that only by raising standards of living through sustainable development can environmental improvements be safeguarded.

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