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FRACK, BABY, FRACK: Shale Gas Drags US Energy Emissions to 25-Year Low. The United States has em…

FRACK, BABY, FRACK: Shale Gas Drags US Energy Emissions to 25-Year Low. The United States has emitted less carbon through June of this year than at any other point in the past 25 years.... The EIA wants to credit the growth of renewables like wind and solar for part of this historic […]
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