How high is the US willing to allow global temperatures to rise?

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    Overall, you can’t tell how high a nation would let temperatures rise because everyone’s opinions are so diverse. However, the Evironmental Protection Agency is well aware of the effects of climate change. The EPA predicts that the global temperatures will rise a further 3-7 degrees over the next century. This might seem like a small difference, but this amount of change could take up to 10,000 years to occur naturally

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    Overall, you can’t tell how high a nation would let temperatures rise because everyone’s opinions are so diverse. However, the Evironmental Protection Agency is well aware of the effects of climate change. The EPA predicts that the global temperatures will rise a further 3-7 degrees over the next century. This might seem like a small difference, but this amount of change could take up to 10,000 years to occur naturally

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    Overall, you can’t tell how high a nation would let temperatures rise because everyone’s opinions are so diverse. However, the Evironmental Protection Agency is well aware of the effects of climate change. The EPA predicts that the global temperatures will rise a further 3-7 degrees over the next century. This might seem like a small difference, but this amount of change could take up to 10,000 years to occur naturally

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    Overall, you can’t tell how high a nation would let temperatures rise because everyone’s opinions are so diverse. However, the Evironmental Protection Agency is well aware of the effects of climate change. The EPA predicts that the global temperatures will rise a further 3-7 degrees over the next century. This might seem like a small difference, but this amount of change could take up to 10,000 years to occur naturally

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