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These 7 Climate Change Records Were Broken In 2016

Originally published on The Climate Reality Project. 2016 is well on its way to being the warmest year on record, so it’s no surprise that multiple climate change records have already been broken this year. Thankfully, the entry into force of the Paris Agreement (which, by the way, set a record for most countries signing [&hellip These 7 Climate Change Records Were Broken In 2016 was originally published on CleanTechnica.
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