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Robert Paulson Aug 29
Relaxing and regulations is just another way for the Trump administration to take a giant, steaming dump on climate change. Higher ethanol fuel increases smog, especially in the summer time...and methane is basically oil on the fire that is global warming.
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Vickie Patton Aug 29
Trump is proposing to undo vital clean air standards for the oil/gas pollution leaked, vented, flared What would that mean? 🙄More methane pollution 🙄More smog pollution 🙄More toxic benzene pollution Who benefits? 🤔 Not the American people Get the facts ⤵️
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Eraklis A. Diamataris Aug 29
We are living in a time where we know exactly what we are doing to damage our environment, yet we continue to consciously do it. By reversing and curtailing federal rules on , the current administration is doing a grave disservice to future generations.
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David Paterson Sep 1
Um, we’re surprised? “Fracking” means fracturing the underground shale that contains . Raise your hand if you thought it‘d all be recovered & burned & none would seep outa the ground. No one? More methane in atmosphere linked to more fracking
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Phil Weiser Aug 29
In Colorado, we are committed to protecting our land, air, and water. The rollback of the limits on emissions threaten to hurt our air quality and contribute to climate change. We will challenge this action in court.
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TXsharon Sep 17
Here it is: reporter and his fabulous crew braved the 100° West Texas heat to bring you this story about emissions from . Deregulated natural gas flaring impacting Texas
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BeLightBella a.k.a Mystic Bella Aug 29
will speed up destruction faster than anything...race to the bottom is halfway complete. Let me prepare myself to march and fight and die.. because we are all going to die anyways. Thanks Pelosi. Inaction for the next 90 days will INSURE OUR DEMISE. Terrible way to end😱
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Rep. Barbara Lee Aug 29
We should be helping state and local governments move towards cleaner energy and economy – not making it easier for big companies to pollute our planet. Trump's rule will hurt our communities, our health, and our environment.
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EMNRD Aug 26
"New Mexico is going to pick every single opportunity and then be responsible at the same time.” - discussing in :
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Brett Hall Aug 19
Fracking - not cows - causes global methane spike via
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Isabel Mogstad Aug 29
TAKEAWAY from article on rollbacks: Oil and gas companies - big and small - staying silent agree w/ this that methane emissions are not a "climate concern." That's a BIG problem for your reputation. Best speak up now to clarify.
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Rep. Chris Rabb Aug 30
That’s why PA needs to begin transitioning to 100% ASAP & enacted , 2 bills that will directly & indirectly address our problem.
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Judi Reiss for Congress Sep 1
A Cate. 5 hurricane may hit the east coast but money is taken from . More people die from air pollution than smoking but regulations are rolled back. Families are shot at random outside a movie theatre but the will make a phone call and nothing will happen...
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Prof Peter Strachan Aug 29
President now plans to roll back regulation of emissions, ignoring concerns about "Even some companies oppose the EPA plan to loosen regulation of the potent greenhouse gas"
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Louise Golightly Sep 4
Great video explaining how levels of from remain stable in the atmosphere hence not contributing to increasing levels
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Ben Ratner Aug 29
BREAKING: Wow - investor opposition to Trump EPA rollbacks surges to record levels! Investors calling on industry to speak up is a powerful signal companies cannot afford to ignore.
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High Country News Aug 29
Natural gas has an Achilles’ heel: leaking , which has 86 times the short-term warming potential of carbon dioxide. Every punctured pipeline, leaky valve and sloppy gas-well completion eats away at any climate benefits.
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Kathryn Aug 29
Wow, looks like chemical companies are pretty scared of moms - if fact, they'd like to beat us up. They also count the number of negative comments for petitions. Get ready to count our comments to EPA's proposed rule to ditch requirements to fix leaks!
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#ThereIsNoPlanetB 🌍 Aug 29
This is an absolute disaster. Just when you think the Trump admin can’t get worse, they outdo themselves. Trump administration to announce plans to roll back regulations on methane emissions, NYT reports
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#toomanycows Sep 16
once again choose death and misery so they can stick a few bucks in the bank. They think and are their only problems? Their problems are only just beginning.
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