According to new data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration, the amount of carbon dioxide emitted in the United States last year was the lowest in 27 years.
US carbon dioxide emissions hit a 27-year low last year and are projected to continue to decline, the result of increased use of natural gas, renewables, and energy efficiency. pic.twitter.com/I1NTxPyckm
— Richard Meyer (@RichardMeyerDC) February 9, 2020
Remember when the Left told us we were doomed for exiting the Paris Climate Accord?
Ah, but withdrawing from Paris makes us bad guys. It’s a very reformed theology here. Justification is not through acts, but faith alone. https://t.co/QL3Dq7qikp
— Tim Carney (@TPCarney) February 9, 2020
More proof that we didn't need the Paris Climate accord https://t.co/UP9GqQrOlf
— Ryan James Girdusky (@RyanGirdusky) February 9, 2020
Bu-bu-but … The Paris Agreement!!! https://t.co/OWfOoqWtFm
— Ray Sawhill (@raysawhill) February 9, 2020
— Griffin Pollnow (@GriffinPollnow) February 9, 2020
You'd never know it with our news media. https://t.co/pXprRsVOVe
— Veegersbeeper (@Veegerbeeper) February 9, 2020
Paging the Green New Deal.
— commonsense (@commonsense258) February 9, 2020
If you think CO2 emissions are the boogeyman (they aren't) you should be celebrating the U.S. today. Leading the world as usual. https://t.co/gYQH96RTIQ
— Bryan Fischer (@BryanJFischer) February 9, 2020
Amazing what happens when the market is allowed to function without the constraints of restrictive regulations.