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Climate Change / U.N. Conference / Glacier National Park #1117814

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 12, 2017
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) A U.N. conference on global warming in Germany with competing US interests present: President Trump's administration's case for fossil fuels & nuclear energy while an American delegate led by California Governor Jerry Brown & former vice president Al Gore with the group advocating reducing carbon emissions & using renewable energy noted.

(Glacier National Park: Anne Thompson) A look at the disappearing glaciers in Montana's Glacier National Park featured; scenes shown of where the Grinnell Glacier is shrinking due to greenhouse gases/climate change. [USGS ecologist Dan FAHEY††- shows the glacier site; states the park's glaciers will simply disappear: we are losing ice every year.]

Balart, Jose Diaz;
Thompson, Anne

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