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US greenhouse gas emissions see historic plummet – The Verge

The United States’ carbon dioxide emissions are on track to drop to their lowest levels since 1983, BloombergNEF estimates. Cuts to pollution are necessary to stave…

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Carbon dioxide emissions from the US economy are nose-diving this year to a level not seen since 1983, according to new estimates by BloombergNEF. The planet-heating pollution is on track to fall by 9.2 percent from last year, which the private research organization says would be the biggest reduction on record.
The steep drop is…

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