Listen: US, Twenty Twenty And Tina Krause discussed on KDKA Programming
"Almost all countries are going to this around the well, the start findings come as leaders from nearly two hundred nations meet in Poland to decide how to meet the goals of the two thousand fifteen Paris climate agreement aimed at stopping flooding heatwaves and rising sea levels. We're seeing turns unfolding we're seeing actually used addiction. Made some decades ago reality China produces twenty seven percent of the world's global emissions which are expected to rise. Four point seven percent. This year. The US is the world's second worst polluter accounting for fifteen percent of global emissions. The European Union and India round out the top four experts say a booming global market for cars has helped drive CO two emissions to an all time high. And that renewed coal use is adding to the problem climate campaigner say the emissions trend can still be turned around by twenty twenty. But only if substantial cuts are made, Tina Krause CBS news. Meanwhile, back in the US, the EPA is moving forward with plans to roll back Obama era rules, targeting coal power plant emissions. Bipartisan condemnation of Saudi Arabia following a briefing by CIA director Gina hassle on Capitol Hill for some senators on the murder of Saudi dissident in. In Washington Post opinion writer, Jamal kashogi Senator Lindsey Graham, the Republican of South Carolina didn't hold back. I went into the breaking believing. It."