‘Save the planet’, science leaders urge G8 governments

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Leaders of the global science community have issued joint statements to world leaders meeting at the G8 summit later this month in the US. National science academies from 15 countries have called on the leading industrialised economies to pay greater heed to science and technology. The academies include those from the US, China, India and the UK. The organisations agreed three statements on tackling Earth's most pressing problems. According to Dr Michael Clegg of the US National Academy of Sciences: "In the long term, the pressing concerns…

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