Mapping error sparks new stance on climate change

Public Radio International: Glaciologists are up in arms about a new map of the world that they think overstates the effects of climate change. The latest edition of the well-respected "Times Atlas of the World" has run afoul of many in the scientific community. A map of Greenland in the book shows that the country has considerably less landmass than ever before. Harper Collins, which prints the "Times Atlas," recently circulated a press release that said Greenland had lost more than 15 percent of its coastline after nearby......

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