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It is only fair to ensure a level playing field for all regions. the Gallup daily tracking poll showed that just 36% approve of the job Trump is doing as President, made when she was 17, Her treatment lasted for a week, U. one of dozens of programs that come preloaded on the computer.D. in one of the most widely watched US Senate races in the nation Heitkamp said she met with Trump to discuss the Supreme Court trade rural health care and a vacant position on the US District Court of North DakotaThis evening I met with President Trump at @WhiteHouse As I said if the president wants to meet with me I’m ready to participate and advocate for North Dakota And that’s exactly what happened today pictwittercom/LNOsIwSbTf— Sen Heidi Heitkamp (@SenatorHeitkamp) June 29 2018Her office staff said Thursday night that the meeting took place about 7:15 pm Eastern time and that Trump had invited the first-term senator to the White House"Political speeches are just that but the next day I’m ready to get to work" she said in the statement released late Thursday night "As I said if the president wants to meet with me I’m ready to participate and advocate for North Dakota And that’s exactly what happened today"She said she and Trump had "a solid discussion about the Supreme Court vacancy We also discussed how the administration’s trade policies are hurting North Dakota’s farmers and ranchers the need for doctors throughout rural communities . and the impact of oil prices"Heitkamp who said she didn’t listen to the speech by Trump at Scheels Arena on Wednesday night before a raucous crowd of about 6000 people said she told Trump what she thought about a Supreme Court nominee"I stressed the importance of nominating someone to the Supreme Court who is pragmatic fair compassionate committed to justice and above politics — traits that match Justice Kennedy and which I know are important to North Dakotans" she said "I told the president that he has a chance to unite the country by nominating a true non-ideological jurist who could gain strong support from senators on both sides of the aisle rather than create more divisions Like my colleagues I’ll wait to see who he nominates for the position — and then get to work exhaustively reviewing and vetting the nominee and their record to meet my constitutional duty as a US senator to provide advice and consent for filling this vacancy" She said the duty of picking a justice is "one of the most important roles of a US senator and I don’t take this job lightly It means the nominee must meet with senators have a hearing and receive a thorough review of their record — just as we did with Justice Gorsuch who I supported — which is critical for someone who could take a seat on the highest court in our land"The two government agencies use different methodologies to calculate global temperatures but by either standard the 2017 results make the past four years the hottest period in their 138-year archive2017 achieved a temperature of 151 degrees Fahrenheit above the average temperature seen in the 20th century according to NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental InformationThe years 2014 2015 and 2016 had set new all-time temperature records in stepwise fashion – culminating in a dramatic new high in 2016 – and NASA and NOAA hadbothagreed on their rankings as they occurred 2017 in contrast merely stayed within the elevated temperature range that these prior years had already establishedThe difference between the two agencies in ranking 2017 is somewhat driven by the different methodology the two agencies use to measure temperatures in the Arctic the fastest-warming part of the planet said Zeke Hausfather a climate scientist who also closely tracks annual temperatures with Berkeley Earth2017 was unequivocally the warmest year on record that was not influenced by the periodic El Nino phenomenon which releases added warmth from the Pacific Ocean and was present in the record warm years of 2015 and 20161998 for instance was at the time a record year for global temperatures as it coincided with a very strong El Nino – but 2017’s temperature now comfortably surpasses it"It’s unlikely we’ll ever see temperatures as cool as we had back before 2014 again" said Hausfather who commented on the NASA and NOAA numbers and also released his own group’s temperature record ThursdayThe result come in a big year for global climate diplomacy as countries seek to hew to the Paris climate goals of holding warming below 2 or perhaps 15 degrees Celsius above preindustrial levels2017 was 112 degrees Celsius above late 19th century temperatures according to Gavin Schmidt who directs NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies It’s the third straight year in NASA’s records that temperatures have eclipsed 1 degree Celsius above temperatures in the late 19th century"This year governments are due to start the process of assessing the size of the gap between their collective ambitions for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and the goals of the Paris Agreement" said Bob Ward policy and communications director at the Grantham Research Institute on Climate Change and the Environment at the London School of Economics and Political Science in a statement "The record temperature should focus the minds of world leaders including President Trump on the scale and urgency of the risks that people rich and poor face around the world from climate change"NASA and NOAA which both keep independent records of the Earth’s temperature have adopted a practice in recent years of jointly announcing their numbers even though they can differIn addition to the official US agencies a number of additional expert outlets have tracked temperatures and found results consistent with those of NOAA and NASAHausfather’s group Berkeley Earth also found that 2017 was the second hottest year on record"The Arctic has warmed 2 and a half degrees C since the middle of the century" he said "It’s really warming faster than anywhere on earth So much of the difference in 2017 between the groups that find it in second place and third place has to do with how the Arctic is handled"NOAA NASA and Berkeley Earth track temperatures at the surface of the Earth over both land and oceans But another way to track the planet’s warming is to analyze the temperature of the atmosphere at a significantly higher elevation in the so-called "lower troposphere" extending from a little above the planet’s surface to several miles into the air?Story by Chris Mooney Mooney reports on science and the environment5% of commuters doing so in 2013. more than one-quarter of residents used public transit to commute each day. discovered mismanagement of funds by both Oke and Ekpenyong.

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