From the CBC Digital Archives:
Turning Up the Heat: Four Decades of Climate Change (1961 – 1997)
Hollywood stars speak out about it, politicians argue about it and
books on the subject are bestsellers: global warming is a hot topic
today. But just a few decades ago, some scientists were predicting
another ice age. CBC Digital Archives looks at four decades of CBC’s
climate change coverage, beginning with murmurs of a northern warming
trend in the 1960s and ending with the Kyoto Conference of the late 90s.
5 video clips, 5 audio clips, and more!
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