Greens debate impacts of LNG exports on global warming

Greenwire: Environmentalists wary of plans to open the gates for U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) might be missing an opportunity to advance their primary goal, fighting global warming. So say some advocates for climate change action who see the wider distribution of natural gas leading to reduced emissions of heat-trapping greenhouse gases as coal-burning power plants are switched to gas. Paul Bledsoe, a fellow with the German Marshall Fund and a former Clinton White House aide, is among those......

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