To meet the Paris agreements’ carbon-dioxide emissions targets, the United States would have to significantly cut back its use of oil and natural gas, hurting the economies of many Midwestern and Western states, writes Bette Grande.
To meet the Paris agreements’ carbon-dioxide emissions targets, the United States would have to significantly cut back its use of oil and natural gas, hurting the economies of many Midwestern and Western states, writes Bette Grande. Gregory Bull AP
To meet the Paris agreements’ carbon-dioxide emissions targets, the United States would have to significantly cut back its use of oil and natural gas, hurting the economies of many Midwestern and Western states, writes Bette Grande. Gregory Bull AP

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