U.S. CO2 Emissions at Lowest Level in 20 Years, Thanks to Fracking

U.S. CO2 Emissions at Lowest Level in 20 Years, Thanks to Fracking

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Something to celebrate this Earth Day: carbon dioxide emissions in the United States are at their lowest level in twenty years, and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) credits shale development and fracking technologies with this positive development. “[The] rapid deployment of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling technologies, which…

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