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12 de Febrero de 2010

Según una científica experta en clima, la nevada histórica de la zona del Atlántico Medio está vinculada con calentamiento global

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Mientras una nevada histórica afectaba seriamente a la zona del Atlántico Medio esta semana, muchos republicanos aprovecharon la tormenta para argumentar que el calentamiento global es un engaño. Hablamos con Brenda Ekwurzel, científica experta en clima y miembro de la Union of Concerned Scientists, que asegura que el clima extremo es de hecho, parte del calentamiento global.

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