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A scientific agenda for climate policy?

The complementary interests of climate scientists, national and international bureaucracies and politicians have so far determined the political dynamics of the global warming debate. But cracks are now beginning to appear.

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Boehmer-Christiansen, S. A scientific agenda for climate policy?. Nature 372, 400–402 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1038/372400a0

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