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16 de Junio de 2008

Clima extremo y calentamiento global: inundaciones en Iowa y China, incendios descontrolados en California, olas de calor en la Costa Este, tornados en el Medio Oeste

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Los grandes medios de comunicación raramente asocian las palabras "clima extremo" con otras dos palabras: "calentamiento global". Pero los científicos plantean que estas situaciones de clima extremo son consistentes con los cambios que acompañarían al calentamiento global y que han estado prediciendo durante mucho tiempo. Hablamos con Joseph Romm, de ClimateProgress.org, y Perry Beeman, del Des Moines Register.

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