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COVID-19 hasn’t slowed global warming: Earth’s carbon dioxide levels highest in over 3 million years, NOAA says – USA TODAY

The level of carbon dioxide in the Earth’s atmosphere is now higher than it’s been in at least 3.6 million years, federal scientists said Wednesday.

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The Paris climate agreement aims to combat global warming, but some politicians think its unfair to Americans. Here’s why the U.S. has rejoined.
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  • Carbon dioxide and methane continued their unrelenting rise in 2020 despite the economic slowdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Human activity is driving climate change.”
  • The world is already more than 2

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