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Energy Risk: The Forgotten Half of America's Carbon Cuts

Utilities / Energy : The Energy Collective

US carbon emissions are down 12% since 2005. According to many an editorial the reason is simple. The fracking boom has driven out coal. But that isn’t what the data says.

Carbon Emissions are the Lowest They Have Been Since 1991. Can That Last?

Utilities / Energy : Environmental Management & Energy News

Clean Power Plan or not, carbon emissions are declining and are at their lowest levels since 1991.

U.S. Energy Related Carbon Emissions Declined in 4 of Last 6 years

Utilities / Energy : R Squared Energy Blog

The Energy Department measured a 2.4 percent drop in energy-related carbon dioxide emissions last year, most of it due to the slower economy than any "green" measures, though the department's report did note that energy produced via...

U.S. carbon emissions down as renewable energy keeps growing

Issues & Causes / Environmentalism : Grist

by Lester Brown. Cross-posted from Earth Policy Institute. Between 2007 and 2011, carbon emissions from coal use in the United States dropped 10 percent. During the same period, emissions from oil use dropped 11 percent. In contrast...

The US Hasn’t Seen Carbon Emissions This Low Since 1991

Technology : Vice: Motherboard

Thanks to warmer weather and renewable energy, carbon emissions in 2016 were the lowest they’ve been since 1991.

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