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EPA admits new coal regulations won't reduce global warming

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An Environmental Protection Agency proposal designed to reduce CO2 emissions and reduce global warming will actually have no “notable CO2 emission changes.” So, a rule that will essentially ban new coal-fired power plants will actually have no impact on global warming. Got it. “The EPA does not anticipate that this proposed rule will result in notable CO2 emission changes, energy impacts,...

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