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Are Global Temperatures Rising or Not?

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September 15, 2013
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We're joined by Professor Ulrich Cubasch, a Climate Researcher at the Free University Berlin. He's also one of the lead authors of the United Nations IPCC (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change) report, which is being released at the end of September.


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