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

Ask Pablo: How Best To Get The Wrinkles Out, And Why Natural Gas Dryers Are Better For The Environment

February 22, 2010 by  
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Image Source: mmmcrafts Dear Pablo: I have been hanging my clothes on a clothesline, but this means some things need ironing. Which uses less energy – using the dryer to get out wrinkles or the iron

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Ask Pablo: How Best To Get The Wrinkles Out, And Why Natural Gas Dryers Are Better For The Environment

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