Headline in today’s Houston Business Journal: Shale boom has led to lower U.S. carbon dioxide emissions
“The International Energy Agency says the shale gas boom in the U.S. has led to a domestic decline in carbon dioxide emissions as generators use more low-price natural gas over coal, the Financial Times reports. Greenhouse gas emissions, says the IEA, have dropped off nearly 5 million tons in five years, which is more than any other country the agency examined.”
Life must seem miserable for people who believe in man-caused global warming (MCGW). They keep getting mugged by reality.
News leaking out about bogus or tinkered-with data, otherwise known as ClimateGate; reports of coldest weather on record here and there; predictions getting thrown back in their faces – remember “next season will see record number of hurricanes/tornadoes?” Didn’t happen.
And now the carbon dioxide non-problem is evaporating as well. Two ways to…
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