State emissions; private solutions

While climate-skeptics continue to snipe at those who blame human activity for rising levels of heat-trapping carbon dioxide and, therefore, for rising global temperatures, governments and their agencies continue to document those rises. Last month, the staid US Energy Information Administration released "State-Level Energy-Related Carbon Dioxide Emissions, 2000-10."1 The study focuses only on emissions "released at the location where fossil fuels are used," whether to produce more fuels or electricity. Coincidentally, earlier this year a documentary film described the deterioration of air quality in two oil and gas producing states of the US West. The story spotlighte...

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