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Climate change shock: Burning fossil fuels ‘COOLS planet’, says NASA

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Major theories about what causes temperatures to rise have been thrown into doubt after NASA found the Earth has cooled in areas of heavy industrialisation where more trees have been lost and more fossil fuel burning takes place.

The study found existing models for climate change had been too simplistic and did not account for these factors.

 

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