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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.

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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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