by Jeremy Hodges, Bloomberg
The amount of climate-damaging carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is likely to reach another record in 2019, driven by an increase in fossil fuel use and a decline in the area of the planet covered by forests, the British Met Office said.
- The U.K.’s official weather forecaster said the gain this year is likely to be one of the largest since it began measuring emissions 62 years ago.
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