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UN study spurs call to fight warming

Panel says rise is 'unequivocal'

France's president, Jacques Chirac, with environmentalist Nicolas Hulot, urged an economic and political 'revolution.' France's president, Jacques Chirac, with environmentalist Nicolas Hulot, urged an economic and political "revolution." (Patrick Kovarik/Reuters)
By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / February 3, 2007

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The world's governments must dramatically cut emissions of heat-trapping gases or learn to live with more droughts, heat waves, powerful rainstorms, and rising sea levels that will affect millions, leading climate scientists said after the release of a landmark global warming report yesterday. (Full article: 1021 words)

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