Essay:Reducing carbon dioxide emissions

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"Attempting to reduce CO2 emissions unilaterally will have an insignificant impact on global emissions. China and India’s CO2 emissions are rapidly increasing as they continue to expand their economies—and have no intention of scaling back economic growth to curb emissions. Even if the EPA were to reduce U.S. carbon emissions 83 percent below 2005 levels by 2050 (which recent cap-and-trade bills required), it would constitute a negligible reduction in emissions worldwide." [1]