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Study Details How U.S. Could Cut 28% of Greenhouse Gases

From an article in the New York Times:

The United States could shave as much as 28 percent off the amount of greenhouse gases it emits at fairly modest cost and with only small technology innovations, according to a new report.

A large share of the reductions could come from steps that would more than pay for themselves in lower energy bills for industries and individual consumers, the report said, adding that people should take those steps out of good sense regardless of how worried they might be about climate change. But that is unlikely to happen under present circumstances, said the authors, who are energy experts at McKinsey & Company, the consulting firm.

Unlikely to happen “under present circumstances…” or under the current administration?


November 30, 2007 - Posted by | Environment

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