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WMO: Greenhouse gas levels reached record in 2018 | Money Talks

Greenhouse gas levels reached a record high last year, in a sign that the world is not doing nearly enough to meet the goals of the Paris climate accord. That's according to the World Meteorological Organisation's latest Greenhouse Gas Bulletin. The report says the increase in emissions last year was above the average for the past decade. Carbon emissions are responsible for roughly two-thirds of the earth's rising temperatures.

Climate Crisis | Five Facts | Bigger Than Five

Climate Crisis | Five Facts | Bigger Than Five

Changing cow feed could cut methane emissions | Money Talks

Changing cow feed could cut methane emissions | Money Talks

Fighting Climate Change: Romanian shepherd sues EU for not doing enough

Fighting Climate Change: Romanian shepherd sues EU for not doing enough

Talks in Madrid aim to shore up Paris accord | Money Talks

Talks in Madrid aim to shore up Paris accord | Money Talks

Why does Germany need new coal mines?

Why does Germany need new coal mines?

Davos: The decline of globalisation?

Davos: The decline of globalisation?

Is Britain trying to ban strikes?

Is Britain trying to ban strikes?

Are the Elgin Marbles finally heading home?

Are the Elgin Marbles finally heading home?

Is Germany’s new defence minister up to the job?

Is Germany’s new defence minister up to the job?

Andrew Tate: What fuels influencers like him?

Andrew Tate: What fuels influencers like him?

Pension reform controversy in France

Pension reform controversy in France

Could tanks be a game changer for Ukraine?

Could tanks be a game changer for Ukraine?

Israel-Palestine: China more vocal as Europe remains silent?

Israel-Palestine: China more vocal as Europe remains silent?

EU's China COVID-19 Crackdown

EU's China COVID-19 Crackdown

Prince Harry's revelations

Prince Harry's revelations

Was 2022 the year of quiet quitting?

Was 2022 the year of quiet quitting?

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