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U.S. coal burning up 11% in 2013; Gas use down 14%; CO2 emissions increasing 2013-14

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U.S. coal burning up 11% in 2013; Gas use down 14%; CO2 emissions increasing 2013-14

http://junkscience.com/2013/07/10/u-s-coal-burning-up-11-in-2013-gas-use-down-14-co2-emissions-increasing-2013-14

The Los Angeles Times reports: Power plants in the United States are burning coal more often to generate electricity, reversing the growing use of natural gas and threatening to increase domestic emissions of greenhouse gases after a period of decline, according to a federal report. Coal’s share of total domestic power generation in the first […]

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