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Greenhouse gases hit a new record in 2018, says U.N.

Extreme weather events like this 'Sand Fire' in Los Angeles are adding to greenhouse gas emissions. Image: REUTERS/Gene Blevins

Emma Farge

Correspondent, Reuters Geneva


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