Thing 1/Thing 2: Donald Trump tweets about global warming nearly every winter – but this year, the White House inexplicably tweeted about the first snow of the year on a 70 degree day in January. Aired on 01/13/20.
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The federal government will accept Alberta’s latest plan to tax the greenhouse gas emissions of large industrial facilities at $30 per tonne in 2020.
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The devastating California wildfires are exactly what climate scientists warned us about when it comes to the climate crisis.
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Sudan is the world’s main producer and exporter of gum arabic, according to the United Nations’s food and agricultural organisation. It is used in many products from soft drinks to cosmetics and accounts for nearly 15 percent of Sudan’s income.
But farmers who plant and harvest the product say they are worried that it is about to change.
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