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NASA’s James Hansen says global warming has slowed due to surge in coal use: ‘The rate of global warming seems to be less this decade than it has been during the prior quarter century’

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Hansen’s new paper: ‘We suggest that the surge of fossil fuel use, mainly coal, since 2000 is a basic cause of the large increase of carbon uptake by the combined terrestrial and ocean carbon sinks — (CLIMATE FORCING GROWTH RATES: DOUBLING DOWN ON OUR FAUSTIAN BARGAIN)

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