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U.S. Energy Renaissance helps achieve significant emission reductions

In early December, world leaders gathered in Paris to attempt to develop a global consensus on how to reduce greenhouse gas emissions on a global scale.  
Achieving an agreement between more than 190 nations mean overcoming differing and inconsistent national priorities and economic interests.  For any hope of success, the guiding principles of the commitments must be grounded in science, economic and energy realities, and proven results.  There is no place for rigid adherence to ideology.    
The U.S. now has an opportunity to highlight how America’s private sector has already achieved significant reductions in greenhouse gas emissions, even ...

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