June 2nd, 2014

Today, the Obama administration announced its plan to slash carbon dioxide emissions from existing power plants 30% by 2030. 

This chart from The Climate Desk shows which states will likely be most affected by the new policy. Learn more.

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    P excited about this
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    HOLY FUCKING CHRIST! Grab your tits grandma. Alabama is not the worst at something. Probably because we’re poor and...
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    smh kentucky
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    oh, kentucky, great
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    God, Vermont. Do you just use like all solar power?
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    wow. better than i thought we’d be here in TN. still needs to be better.
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    There seems to be a correlation between Red(neck) states and CO2 emissions.
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