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February 27th, 2007
India, projected by a recent study as the worst victim of climate change, needs to chart multiple strategies to cope with threats.
In India, according to newspaper reports, there is a proposal to set up a panel or task force on climate change to address the two major issues - reduction in human activities that cause climate change and adaptation to climate change. Such a task force should be supported by a large body of experts from various fields including physical, biological, environmental and social sciences. There is a need for mission mode research on climate change, similar to that on nanotechnology and space missions.
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