UK, German science chiefs: "dangerous warming" is inevitable

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Science advisors to two governments with claims to leadership in global climate politics, Germany and the UK, have told BBC News it is unlikely that levels of greenhouse gases can be kept low enough to avoid a projected temperature rise of 2C (3.6F).

Professors Sir David King and John Schellnhuber say the world is more than 50% likely to experience dangerous levels of climate change.

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