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STATEMENT: U.S. Puts First Ever Federal Limits on Existing Power Plant Emissions

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RELEASE: New Analysis Shows Arkansas Can Reduce Emissions 39 percent by 2020

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RELEASE: New Analysis Shows Tennessee Can Reduce Emissions 22 percent by 2020

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5 Ways Wisconsin Can Reduce Power Plant Emissions

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Wisconsin Carbon Dioxide Reduction Opportunities for Power Sector Compliance Under the Clean Air Act

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New Analysis: Colorado Can Meet Future Carbon Emissions Standards

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Addressing Carbon Pollution from Power Plants Is Vital for Avoiding Catastrophic Climate Change

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John E. Amos coal-fired power plant. Photo credit: Wigwam Jones, Flickr
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4 Ways North Carolina Can Reduce its Power Sector Emissions

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Marshall Steam Station in North Carolina. Photo credit: Cdtew, Wikimedia Commons
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Estimated Relative Impacts on Select Manufacturing Subsectors under the American Power Act

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Energy Intensity, Trade Intensity, and Size of U.S. Chemical Manufacturing Subsectors (2006)

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Summary of Relative Subsector-Level Vulnerability under the American Power Act

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