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Report finds global pollution on a ‘dangerous trajectory’ | The Boston Globe

Emissions of carbon dioxide from energy use rose 1.4 percent to 31.6 billion tons in 2012, setting a record and putting the planet on course for temperature increases well above international climate goals, the International Energy Agency said Monday. Its report said continuing that pace could mean a temperature increase over pre-industrial times of as much as 9 degrees Fahrenheit, ...

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Neil Young: Why MPG Goals Are Flawed | The Huffington Post

In the world at large, we must begin to trade down with high carbon producing countries like China and India and move manufacturing back to America. We need to tie trade to carbon. Now we are just supporting carbon growth elsewhere while we enact insufficient laws to stop it here in the U.S. It’s time to get real on carbon. ...

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