Russia fires caused by global warming? Maybe not, say scientists

Christian Science Monitor: Russia's heat wave, drought and wildfires, by themselves, are not signs of global warming, according several leading climatologists -- despite widely reported claims this week by a Russian scientist. But experts agree that overall, the climate indeed shows signs of human-induced warming. Alexander Bedritsky, the Krelim's weather adviser and president of the World Meteorological Organization, said that Russia's recent spate of extreme weather, along with other natural disasters, ......

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