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Climate 101: Natural Gas


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If natural gas is a bridge fuel, it’s a bridge to nowhere.

Proponents like to portray natural gas as a cuddlier cousin to coal and oil when it comes to climate because it generates less carbon dioxide when burned. But its CO2 emissions are only one piece of a far more nuanced puzzle.

Burning gas is slowing the transition to truly clean energy sources like wind and solar that can power our lives without destroying our climate.

That’s why we’re setting the record straight about the true impact of natural gas on our climate and our health.

Learn more by downloading our free fact sheet, Climate 101: Natural Gas.

In it, we offer up the facts – and just the facts. No muss, no fuss. Download Climate 101: Natural Gas now to get straightforward answers to your most pressing questions about natural gas, fracking, the dangers of methane emissions, and so much more.