Penny-pinching politicians and those who reject the evidence that human activity is changing Earth’s climate are making it hard for scientists to continue providing the data from space needed to monitor and try to manage the effects of inaction. Experts in Earth remote-sensing and space-agency officials at the 65th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) here are clear that greenhouse gases generated by the economic activity of a growing population are affecting short-term weather ...

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