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The latest EIA CO2 emissions data shows that the U.S. is not a significant contributor to increasing global CO2 emissions.

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The latest EIA CO2 emissions data shows that the U.S. is not a significant contributor to increasing global CO2 emissions.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2016/05/24/the-latest-eia-co2-emissions-data-shows-that-the-u-s-is-not-a-significant-contributor-to-increasing-global-co2-emissions

U.S. overall energy related emissions are 12% below 2005 levels, and electricity generated related emissions are that of 1993. Guest essay by Larry Hamlin EIA data and analysis shows that U.S. CO2 emissions peaked in the years 2005 and 2007 at about 6 billion metric tons per year and have steadily declined since then with […]

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