The research of climatologists Patrick T. Brown and Ken Caldeira, of the Carnegie Institution for Science, in Stanford (California), published today in the journal Nature, indicates that the projections of global warming by the end of the century have fallen short, and speaks of a temperature increase 15% higher than expected in the latest climate models, 0.5 degrees more. The models foresee temperature increases ranging from 1.5 degrees to more than 4 degrees by the end of the century. In Spanish:

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