Trump nominees accept global warming – but only to a degree
Trump's administration has surprisingly admitted that climate change is a man-made phenonemon. But there is still doubt among the incoming administration members about the degree of human responsibility.
BY JENNIFERA. DLOUHY AND ARI NATTER, BLOOMBERG
The incoming Trump administration is defying long-held Republican orthodoxy on climate change, saying that humans are having an effect on the Earth's temperatures.
But just how much of an effect, they say, is up for debate.
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