Thanks largely to the move by power generators from coal to gas, energy-related carbon dioxide emissions sink to 12% below 2005's levels: EIA
The natural gas industry along with its electric power generation customers have scored a big win for climate change - in the category of carbon emissions reduction.

Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions have fallen to a level 12% below 2005’s levels, the EIA reported today. Biggest reason for the big decline: decreased use of coal and the increased use of natural gas for electricity generation.


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