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U.S. Greenhouse Emissions Rose In 2018

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U.S. Greenhouse Emissions Rose In 2018

U.S. Greenhouse Emissions Rose In 2018

The Trump administration continues to say U.S. carbon emissions are declining.

But a new analysis says U.S. greenhouse gas emissions rose sharply in 2018.

According to the Huffington Post, emissions rose 3.4 percent last year.

This comes after two climate reports from both the U.N.

And U.S. warning of the dangers the world faces.

Despite the reports, President Donald Trump continues to deny climate change.

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