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The Impact of a Trump Presidency, in Tons of CO2

One of Trump’s pledges is to eliminate Obama’s Clean Power Plan.  That wouldn’t be quite as easy as he thinks, but there’s little doubt that he could do so.  So, how much difference would that make?  The answer turns out to be 2,470,000,000 tons of additional carbon emissions. That’s a bare minimum; the actual added […]
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