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Poyet, P., 2021. The Rational Climate e-Book: Cooler is Riskier. The Sorry State of Climate Science and Policies. Final First Edition, April 19th, 125 Figures, 185 Equations, 473 pp., e-ISBN 978-99957-1-929-6, DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.28648.80640
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