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In clash with Trump, U.S. report says humans cause climate change

By Reuters
04 November 2017   |   4:15 am
The rapid pace of global climate change is almost certainly driven by human activity, like burning fossil fuels, according to a U.S. government report that contradicts assertions by President Donald Trump and members of his administration.

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