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Natural Gas Is a Bad Investment

On Mar 9, 2020
@SierraClub shared
"When gas infrastructure leaks, it also emits methane, which recent research shows is even worse for the climate than previous dire estimates showed. And according to a new report.. it’s not even a good investment." #fracking #noACP #noMVP https://t.co/fNPsTOCVdu
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Natural gas is the fastest growing energy source in the U.S., and that’s a big problem. Last year, gas was the number one contributor to the growth in U.S. carbon emissions. When gas infrastructure leaks, it also emits methane, which recent research shows is even worse for the climate ...

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On Mar 9, 2020
@SierraClub shared
"When gas infrastructure leaks, it also emits methane, which recent research shows is even worse for the climate than previous dire estimates showed. And according to a new report.. it’s not even a good investment." #fracking #noACP #noMVP https://t.co/fNPsTOCVdu
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Natural Gas Is a Bad Investment

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Clean energy is 100 percent credible

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