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Leaving UN climate pact fueled by 3 years of flat global CO2 emissions

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The IEA’s report has some people wondering why we have an accord that will cost countries trillions of dollars while “emissions are slowing due to market forces, technology driven efficiency, and of course—fracking.” That’s according to Climate Depot’s editor Marc Morano, who told the Washington Times that climate activists need to be “intellectually honest” and acknowledge the importance of fracking.

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