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Report from Environment New York Research & Policy Center on carbon emissions from America's power plants, with particular mention of the 5 dirtiest power plants for carbon in New York state.
Report from Environment New York Research & Policy Center on carbon emissions from America's power plants, with particular mention of the 5 dirtiest power plants for carbon in New York state.

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America’s Dirtiest Power Plants
Their Oversized Contribution to GlobalWarming and What We Can Do About It
 
Written by:Jordan Schneider and Travis Madsen, Frontier GroupJulian Boggs, Environment America Research & Policy CenterSeptember 2013
America’s DirtiestPower Plants
Their Oversized Contribution to Global Warmingand What We Can Do About It
 
Acknowledgments
 The authors thank Je Deyette, Senior Energy Analyst at Union o Concerned Scientists; LizPerera, Senior Washington Representative, and Debbie Sease, Legislative Director, at Sierra Club;Mike Obeiter, Senior Associate, Climate and Energy Program at World Resources Institute; StarlaYeh, Policy Analyst, Climate and Clean Air Program at Natural Resources Deense Council; andothers or providing useul eedback and insightul suggestions on drats o this report. We alsothank Frank Iannuzzi at Environment America Research & Policy Center or contributing to thisreport; and Tony Dutzik and Ben Davis at Frontier Group or providing editorial support. The authors bear responsibility or any actual errors. The views expressed in this report are thoseo the authors and do not necessarily reect the views o our unders or those who providedreview.© 2013 Environment New York Research & Policy CenterEnvironment New York Research & Policy Center is a 501(c)(3) organization.We are dedicated to protecting our air, water and open spaces. We investigateproblems, crat solutions, educate the public and decision-makers, and helpthe public make their voices heard in local, state and national debates over the quality o ourenvironment and our lives. For more inormation about Environment New York Research & PolicyCenter or or additional copies o this report, please visit www.environmentnewyorkcenter.org.Frontier Group conducts independent research and policy analysis to support a cleaner, healthierand more democratic society. Our mission is to inject accurate inormation and compellingideas into public policy debates at the local, state and ederal levels. For more inormation aboutFrontier Group, please visit www.rontiergroup.org.Cover photo: Georgia Power Company’s Plant Scherer in Juliette, Georgia, is the nation’s most-polluting power plant. Each year, it emits more carbon dioxide pollution than that produced byenergy consumption in Maine. See Table 1 in report.Photo Credit: TinRoo Marketing & DesignCover design: Kathleen Krushas, To the Point Publications, www.tothepointpublications.com

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