Michael Bastasch | Energy Editor
- U.S. greenhouse gas emissions fell 2.7 percent from 2016 levels, according to the EPA.
- Emissions on a per-capita basis hit a 67-year low last year, federal data shows, and supporters are touting EPA’s data as proof Trump’s agenda is working.
- EPA’s new data comes on news that, globally, greenhouse gas emissions are set to rise to historic highs by the end of the year, despite nearly 200 countries signing the Paris climate accord. FULL STORY....HERE