Study Casts Doubts On Natural Gas’s Impact On Global Warming

redOrbit: Despite the reduced amount of carbon dioxide given off by the burning of natural gas, increasing use of it and decreasing our reliance on coal would do little to slow down global climate change, claims a new study set for publication in the journal Climatic Change Letters. The research, led by Tom Wigley, a senior research associate at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), “underscores…the complex and sometimes conflicting ways in which fossil fuel burning affects Earth’s climate,”......

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