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Yale study: Marijuana ‘legalization may be an opportunity to reduce carbon pollution’

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http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org/2015/06/grass-isnt-green-yet/

 

To create perfect growing conditions for their crops, indoor marijuana farmers currently use as much electricity as two million average U.S. homes. And some illegal growers use highly-polluting gas generators rather than plugging into the grid.

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