Switching To Natural Gas From Coal Will Reduce Global Warming Much Less Than Hoped

September 9, 2011 by  
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photo: Daniel Boyd / CC BY Natural gas may have lower greenhouse gas emissions when burned than coal, but widespread switching over to natural gas for electricity won’t have much of an impact on reducing global warming, a new study from the National Center for Atmospheric Research concludes. Two well-documented situations are at the heart of the matter:

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Switching To Natural Gas From Coal Will Reduce Global Warming Much Less Than Hoped

Don’t Tell Us It Can’t Be Done, Timberland Says To Cophenhagen Delegates

November 26, 2009 by  
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Image: Timberland Don’t Tell Us It Can’t Be Done is a global campaign by the 54 year old boot maker, Timberland. They say it gives the public a forum to let their voices be heard, to challenge world leaders at the United Nation’s Conference on Climate Change (COP15), in Copenhagen next month, to commit to reducing global emissions – even if that means a cap and trade system. 26% Carbon Reduction Timberland doesn’t want to hear that action on climate change can’t be done because they know – and provide proof – that i..

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