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IPCC strategies unfair to the South

An Erratum to this article was published on 28 January 1993

The IPCC assessment of climate change is full of assumptions unfair to the developing countries. It is essential that revisions take these problems into account if effective strategies are to ensue.

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  1. IPCC Climate Change: The IPCC Response Strategies (WMO and UNEP, 1991).

  2. Parikh, J. et al. Consumption Patterns: The Driving Force of Environmental Stress (Report prepared for United Nations Conference on Environment and Development, IGIDR; Bombay, 1991).

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Parikh, J. IPCC strategies unfair to the South. Nature 360, 507–508 (1992). https://doi.org/10.1038/360507a0

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