Dilbert and global warming

Think 5 (13):65-74 (2006)

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Stephen M. Gardiner
University of Washington
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Stephen Gardiner gets to grips with the Kyoto agreement on climate change — and asks whether our lack of commitment to seriously reducing emissions is down to the fact that the bad consequences of not reducing emissions won't affect us
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