March 18, 2010

CO2 Domes Hurt Health, Affect Cap And Trade

In the first study ever done on the local health effects of the domes of carbon dioxide that develop above cities, Stanford researcher Mark Jacobson found that the domes increase the local death rate. The result provides a scientific basis for regulating CO2 emissions at the local level and points out a significant oversight in the carbon dioxide “cap-and-trade” proposal that was passed by the House of Representatives in June 2009 and is awaiting definitive action by the Senate. Credit: Stanford University

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