Scientists cite greenhouse gas emissions, such as these emanating from a coal-fired power plant in Beijing, as a factor in the steady climb of the Earth’s temperature, an increase that set a new record in 2015.
Scientists cite greenhouse gas emissions, such as these emanating from a coal-fired power plant in Beijing, as a factor in the steady climb of the Earth’s temperature, an increase that set a new record in 2015. Andy Wong AP
Scientists cite greenhouse gas emissions, such as these emanating from a coal-fired power plant in Beijing, as a factor in the steady climb of the Earth’s temperature, an increase that set a new record in 2015. Andy Wong AP

Interactive: Data shows steady warm-up leading to record Earth heat in 2015

January 20, 2016 10:30 AM

UPDATED January 20, 2016 01:52 PM

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