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WMO: “impact of the COVID-19 confinements [on CO2] cannot be distinguished from natural variability”

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Proof that ongoing expensive CO2 reduction efforts are utterly futile. Green hopes that the Covid-19 lockdown would have a significant impact on global CO2 have been dashed.

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