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Greenhouse gases hit new record despite lockdowns, UN says
by Cecile Mantovani and Michelle Nichols
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9 September 2020
On 9 September 2020 Reuters reported:
Concentrations of greenhouse gases in the Earth's atmosphere hit a record high this year, a United Nations report showed on Wednesday, as an economic slowdown amid the coronavirus pandemic had little lasting effect. The sharp, but short, dip earlier this year represented only a blip in the build-up of climate-warming carbon dioxide, now at its highest level in 3 million years.
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