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But the US State Department has claimed that the recent heatwave was caused in part by global warming, by releasing massive amounts of heat into the atmosphere, and that it was not actually “climate change”.
According to the World Meteorological Organization, the heatwave was actually caused by an El Nino weather pattern, an abnormally warm water ocean, and El Niño. El Nino is triggered by the interaction between water in the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. It can also be said to be caused by warming of the Earth’s surface by more than 2C, which could take place if anthropogenic global warming continues.
The US has been a leading contributor to global warming in the last five decades, with many countries having gone to unprecedented levels of greenhouse gas emissions. In 1990, when the UN Climate Change Conference was held in Paris, the US alone was responsible for almost half of global greenhouse gas emissions and, according to the US Energy Information Administration, it was still burning the equivalent of around 700,000 metric tons of CO2 per year at that time.
More recently, the US has also been the leading nation in deploying “stranded assets” in a bid to combat climate change. For exam카지노사이트ple, the EPA plans to sell off public lands which are currently occupied by fossil fuel interests, and has already begun leasing public waters to oil, gas and coal-burning plants. At the same time, the EPA has also been preparing a plan to cut emissions by a whopping 83% by 2030 and have enough water to last a whole month.
The US has always been one of the leading countries in producing and producing fossil fuel, with huge shale gas reserves found all over the place. These reserves are the same oil and gas which many of us have been breathing for decades.
But it does not matter that it is a fossil fuel in the first place – the US has always sold its oil and gas to foreign companies and the government through various forms of subsidies and the like. What does matter is that many of its fossil fuel corporations now benefit from the government’s support.
A recent Greenpeace study reported that the US has now handed over $2.5 billion in subsidies to the oil and gas industry to date. The US spent almost $9 billion in예스 카지노 2009 to buy shale gas. A large proportion of this has been funneled directly towards the major oil and gas multinationals