US Energy Information Administration issued an expanded report of energy-related CO2 emissions that examines the level and drivers of energy-related carbon dioxide emissions in 2009. It contains good news, with the largest absolute and percentage reductions in CO2 emissions of 405 million metric tons or 7% since the start of EIA’s comprehensive record of annual energy data that began in 1949. The report noted that “while emissions have declined in three out of the last four ...

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