Power plants are no longer the biggest polluter in the US
from By Scott E. Rupp
There's a new king of pollution in the U.S., and data suggests we might all be to blame. For the first time in 40 years, power plants have been usurped as the biggest source of U.S. greenhouse gas pollution. What's on top now? The transportation sector: cars, trucks, planes, trains and boats. Reports suggest that transportation emissions have not been necessarily increasing, but the change has happened because America's electric grid has undergone a cleanup.
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