As U.S. Cleans Its Energy Mix, It Ships Coal Problems Abroad

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The port of Norfolk, Virginia, seen here in 1970, is the largest U.S. facility for exporting coal.

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PHD

Overton, TX

#1 Mar 16, 2013
Ready for some good news about the environment? Emissions of carbon dioxide in the United States are declining. But don't celebrate just yet. A major side effect of that cleaner air in the U.S. has been the further darkening of skies over Europe and Asia.

You have to keep in mind that Europe and Asia are on another planet so it will not create global warming, cooling climate change. Have you noticed who sponsored this article?
Just follow the money trail.

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