Deceitful Tongues: Is Climate Change Denial A Crime?

@article{Tucker2012DeceitfulTI,
  title={Deceitful Tongues: Is Climate Change Denial A Crime?},
  author={W. C. Tucker},
  journal={Ecology Law Quarterly},
  year={2012},
  volume={39},
  pages={831}
}
The consequences of global warming and associated climate changes are now apparent. No longer can there be any doubt that anthropogenic (humancaused) warming of the Earth is happening, caused mainly by greenhouse gas emissions, primarily carbon dioxide, from burning fossil fuels. Climate change poses a grave threat to humankind. The world is already experiencing the consequences of global warming: more frequent and prolonged droughts, increasingly severe and more frequent storms, rising sea… Expand
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