What would emissions cuts mean to you? Obama, Republicans at odds on costs: MIT expert sees ‘gradual evolution’

November 30, 2009 at 2:28 PM Leave a comment

The White House will commit the U.S. to a goal of cutting carbon dioxide emissions in 2010 to about 17 percent below 2005 levels at a U.N.-sponsored climate change summit in Copenhagen early next month. That’s about 12.5 percent below 2008 levels, according to the Department of Energy. He also set a goal of cutting emissions by 83 percent by 2050, which is what European nations want.

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