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Assuming the Environmental Protection Agency’s estimate of the industry’s methane leakage rate — 2.4 percent — is accurate, choosing to build a new gas power plant instead of a new coal plant produces immediate greenhouse emissions benefits, and that would be the case even if the leakage rate were nearly...
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These Backpacks For Cows Collect Their Fart Gas And Store It For Energy

Business & Finance : Fast Company (18 hours ago)

Each cow apparently passes enough gas to power a car or a fridge. Imagine the possibilities. Cows produce up to 25% of methane emissions, and methane is a particularly potent greenhouse gas. It's no joke, then, to talk about limitin... Read Post

Anything’s Possible: U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Fell 10 Percent Since 2005

Lifestyle / Green Living : Inhabitat (8 hours ago)

Here's some good news on the climate change front: Greenhouse gas emissions in the United States fell nearly 10 percent from 2005 to 2012 and dropped 3.4 percent in 2012 alone, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's... Read Post

EPA Says U.S. Greenhouse Gasses Fell 10 Percent Between 2005 and 2012

Politics / US Politics : Big Government (13 hours ago)

The Environmental Protection Agency reports that U.S. greenhouse gasses have fallen by 10 percent since 2005. The EPA's annual report on greenhouse gases also found that greenhouse gas emissions fell 3.4 percent over 2012. "U.S. emi... Read Post


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