In the absence of unifying regulations on greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S., many companies are voluntarily reducing CO2 and other GHGs — and their efforts are paying off in many ways
The heat-trapping potential of CO2 and the other major greenhouse gases (GHG)1 in the Earth’s atmosphere, while once hotly debated, is now undisputed, according to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA; Washington, D.C.; epa.gov)...
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