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Shows featuring Nicolás Maduro Moros

  • GLOBAL WARMING
    Delegates from all over the world are meeting in Bonn, Germany, this week to continue five-year old negotiations to reduce emissions of so-called greenhouse gases — gases that create in increase in the temperature of the planet. The most important of these gasses is carbon dioxide, which is produced by burning fossil fuels.
    August 07, 1997 | Story