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Another Washington State Natural Gas Project Must Account for Its Total Climate Impacts

By Stephen Quirke For the fourth time since July 2013, Washington state is requiring an analysis of the full climate impacts of a major fossil fuel project proposed within its borders. Most recently, the Puget Sound Clean Air Agency announced on January 24 it would hire a consultant to undertake a full life-cycle analysis of greenhouse gas emissions associated with Puget Sound Energy's liquefied natural gas ( LNG ) project at the Port of Tacoma.
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