Trump questions United Nations global warming report

Trump questions United Nations global warming report

Trump questions United Nations global warming report

That's true here in New Mexico, where average annual temperatures have already increased by 2°F just since the 1970s, according to a number of sources, including a recent report from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Climate change is happening and its effects are being felt all over the world, the Council said, adding that environment ministers are sending a strong political signal in these conclusions, which constitute the basis for the EU's position at the forthcoming COP24 climate conference in Katowice, Poland, in December.

It warns that the world is rapidly running out of time before catastrophic effects on the planet take place.

"Limiting global warming to 1.5ºC would require rapid, far-reaching and unprecedented changes in all aspects of society", said IPCC Chair, Prof. As the IPCC report shows, early and decisive action will not only reduce the risks of overshooting the Paris temperature targets, but also slow down the rates of change, making local adaptation easier to roll out.

Australia, the planet's biggest coal exporter and the fourth biggest producer, won't stop using coal to power the generators that produce its electricity.

"Natural gas flaring and leaks are wasteful, pollute the air we breathe, and undermine our best efforts to grapple with climate change", he said, calling for "significant" investments in clean, efficient energy production. This comes after an increase of 1°C above pre-industrial levels since the mid-1800s.

"He said the government would not change policy "just because somebody might suggest that some sort of report is the way we need to follow and everything that we should do". The carbon dioxide humans were injecting into the atmosphere would cause changes, they wrote, that could be "deleterious from the point of view of human beings". But in Asia - in some part arguably by industrial-evolutionary rights - building of new coal capacity is carrying on unhindered, with 85% of new capacity under development in the world's top 20 coal-producing countries in the Asia-Pacific (APAC) region.

Decades ago, Congress refused to ratify the Kyoto Protocol, which represented the first step toward meaningful worldwide action on climate in 1992. This report presents the results of a thorough assessment of the differences between two levels of global warming, the 2˚C limit which was established as a firm commitment target by the 2015 Paris Agreement, and the 1.5˚C limit, which the same agreement indicated as a more ambitious level to be approached or achieved.

All those initiatives and studies ended once Gov. Susana Martinez took office in January 2011.

"It was given to me, and I want to look at who drew it, you know, which group drew it", Trump said at the White House on Tuesday before heading to an Iowa campaign rally, The Hill reported. Scheer says the Conservatives will release a full climate plan in advance of the general election next year.

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