Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Homegrown climate models 'set India's record straight'

[NEW DELHI] A set of climate models has challenged projections of runaway greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in India over the next few decades. Although India's GHG emissions are projected to grow almost four-fold in the next decades they are likely to remain below the world average, according to the results of five models released last week (2 September). TV Padma writes about the new national climate models:

Homegrown climate models 'set India's record straight'

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