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Bitcoin Generates More Carbon Emissions Than Some Countries, Study Warns

The Cointelegraph Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Bitcoin Generates More Carbon Emissions Than Some Countries, Study WarnsThe carbon emissions generated by bitcoin are comparable to the whole of Kansas City — and even a small country — a study finds
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News video: Study: U.S. Military Emits More Greenhouse Gases Than Portugal Or Sweden

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The United States military alone produces more planet-warming greenhouse gas emissions than many smaller industrialized countries such as Sweden and Portugal, according to a new study. Gilma Avalos reports.

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