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Why Can’t World Protect Climate Without Checking Population Growth? – OpEd

Eurasia Review Friday, 15 November 2019
A well researched study has beenconducted about the linkages between global population growth and climatehazard. The study has been conducted by Nandini Consultancy Centre, a firm ofchemical engineers based at Chennai and Singapore (www.nandinichemical/com).

The study report urges the UNO torecognize the inadequacies of the...
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