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August 6, 2011 7:06 PM

Population and climate change: Bend baby curve like Beckhams

On most days, people around the world admire the footprints of David Beckham. The supertalented British soccer star's maneuvers around and over flummoxed defenders populate many a YouTube video. But for several years, Beckham and his family have been the targets of what the British charmingly call "campaigners" on global warming. These critics charge that the globe-traveling Beckhams' carbon footprint is a bane on human existence.

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