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The EPA has organized its data on major greenhouse gas emitters into a handy interactive map. You can zoom in on your area to see where the emissions come from near you, or scan around for the worst offenders.

EPA maps the worst greenhouse gas offenders

The EPA has organized its data on major greenhouse gas emitters into a handy interactive map. You can zoom in on your area to see where the emissions come from near you, or scan around for the worst offenders.

November 2013 the hottest on record since they started recording temps...in 1880....

November 2013 the hottest on record since they started recording temps...in 1880....

Watch Carbon Dioxide Emissions By Country Explode Over The Last 150 Years - Co.Exist http://www.fastcoexist.com/3036479/watch-carbon-dioxide-emissions-by-country-explode-over-the-last-150-years

Watch Carbon Dioxide Emissions By Country Explode Over The Last 150 Years - Co.Exist http://www.fastcoexist.com/3036479/watch-carbon-dioxide-emissions-by-country-explode-over-the-last-150-years

Research has shown that poorer, developing countries are the most vulnerable to climate change.

Research has shown that poorer, developing countries are the most vulnerable to climate change.

Melting permafrost may double greenhouse gas

Melting permafrost may double greenhouse gas

CARB Releases Google Earth Layer with California's Main Greenhouse Gas Sources

CARB Releases Google Earth Layer with California's Main Greenhouse Gas Sources

For the past three years, some 625 facilities in California with emissions exceeding tons of greenhouse gas emissions a year have been reporting their annual emissions to CARB.

China and India Threaten ‘Super Greenhouse Gas Time Bomb’

China and India Threaten ‘Super Greenhouse Gas Time Bomb’

Heat from the largest Kelvin wave ever seen along the equator in the Pacific ocean has moved poleward, heating the subtropical and temperate Pacific waters.

Heat from the largest Kelvin wave ever seen along the equator in the Pacific ocean has moved poleward, heating the subtropical and temperate Pacific waters.

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Reduce Your Greenhouse Gas Emissions

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