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State releases greenhouse gas emissions report

By Bob Conrad

Cover image: Trevor Bexon


Nevadans, on average, contribute 25% fewer greenhouse gas emissions per person than the rest of the U.S.


The state released last week an inventory of Nevada's greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. The report was required by a new state law passe…

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