A new Environmental Protection Agency report on climate change gives more evidence of the planet in distress because of human consumption of fossil fuels. The report should become a hot political issue in the ongoing debate over whether global warming is real.
A new Environmental Protection Agency report on climate change gives more evidence of the planet in distress because of human consumption of fossil fuels. The report should become a hot political issue in the ongoing debate over whether global warming is real. Bloom MCT
A new Environmental Protection Agency report on climate change gives more evidence of the planet in distress because of human consumption of fossil fuels. The report should become a hot political issue in the ongoing debate over whether global warming is real. Bloom MCT

EPA climate change report adds to concerns over Earth’s rising temperature

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