What's Up With the Weather?
NOVA & FRONTLINE  examine the truth about global warming
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The overwhelming majority of scientists agree: earth's temperature has risen during the past century. But is it due to man's use of fossil fuel energy? And if so, how can we prevent the catastrophic results that some scientists predict if global warming continues?

In "What's Up with the Weather?" NOVA and FRONTLINE join forces to investigate the science and politics of one of the most controversial issues of the 21st century: the truth about global warming.


Funding for NOVA & FRONTLINE's "What's Up With the Weather?" is provided by public television viewers. NOVA Online is produced for PBS by the WGBH Science Unit Major funding for NOVA is provided by the Park Foundation, The Northwestern Mutual Life Foundation, and CNET.com.

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