When you buy gas, consider the CO2 you’ll be breathing
The United States has a problem.
It has a massive greenhouse gas problem, and the nation’s gas prices have spiraled out of control.
The United Nations has declared 2015 the worst year on record for global warming.
And the U.S. has more than 1 million dead people.
There are more than a billion people who don’t have enough food or medicine.
So, you’d think that the U,S.
government would at least be able to put a price on carbon pollution, and maybe even take action on it.
Well, that’s not going to happen.
At the heart of the problem is the cost of oil, the key ingredient of fossil fuels.
A lot of the oil we pump out is produced by drilling and fracking, which are the dirty, dangerous, expensive operations that get us there.
That’s why, while the United States is the world’s biggest oil producer, it’s not the world leader in producing and refining crude oil.
That title belongs to Saudi Arabia, the world home to the world capital’s vast, oil-rich fields of oil and gas.
The U.N. climate change panel in 2015 warned that the price of oil is going to have a major impact on the global economy, leading to a global recession.
That could hurt us all.
It could also put our energy security at risk.
So the question becomes: Are we going to be able afford to keep pumping oil and producing it and shipping it around the world?
The answer is, probably not.
That depends on how we do business, says James G. Rifkin, an energy analyst with the American Petroleum Institute.
So how does the U of S. plan to change?
One way to start might be by going for cheap natural gas, or renewables, which is cheap.
The other way is to go for oil and natural gas in general.
“Energy independence” means that energy is being created, not produced, and is being used to generate energy, which can be sold.
That way, the U in the future is a net energy consumer.
So that means we don’t need oil.
We don’t require any fossil fuel, including coal, to get our energy.
We just have to buy energy from natural gas and renewable sources.
One reason that the world has become an energy-starved place is because oil and other fossil fuels are so expensive.
Gas is cheap, but it’s the cheapest energy source, and that’s where the problems are.
When we drill for oil, we typically get a very big volume of oil in the process.
It takes several months to refine that bit of oil into a barrel.
That means that the gas must be shipped to a refinery where the oil is heated and then sold to make money.
The refinery then burns it in a furnace, which makes it a bit more expensive than other forms of energy.
The U.s. also gets its energy from the coal that we burn to heat our homes and businesses, but that coal is not a good renewable source of energy, according to a 2016 report from the Energy Information Administration.
It’s also not very cheap to transport that coal.
As a result, the federal government is investing heavily in renewable energy, and it is trying to make coal-fired power plants more efficient.
But the price will always go up.
“There’s always going to come a point where natural gas prices go up and coal prices go down,” says Scott Burdett, a policy analyst at the nonprofit Center for American Progress, a liberal think tank.
“The government has to take action to fix it.
The government has the money to do it.”
Another problem is that when natural gas is burned to make electricity, it contains a lot of CO2.
It also emits methane, a greenhouse gas that is 10 times more potent than carbon dioxide and that can be 30 times more powerful than carbon monoxide.
When the methane is released into the atmosphere, it traps heat and creates acid rain, a phenomenon that’s caused by more than 50 billion tons of methane being released into waterways every year.
That is why natural gas power plants emit so much methane.
Another big problem with natural gas: its cost.
It costs about $4 a million cubic foot to build a natural gas plant.
That price has skyrocketed in the past decade, as oil and coal companies have moved to more efficient technologies, including natural gas-fired generators.
Natural gas plants can make electricity at a much lower cost than coal plants, because they use less natural gas.
That is why many of the country’s major energy producers have recently been building new plants in the United Kingdom and Canada, and in recent years they have been adding more renewable power to their mix.
If we want to reduce carbon emissions, we have to make it more efficient and more efficient power plants, say Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz and the U