Greenhouse Gas Roadmap Sets Destination Without a Clear Path

Environmental experts say Colorado’s pollution reduction plan leaves too much up in the air

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Gov. Jared Polis’ administration released a report Jan. 14 that sets forth plans to scale back atmosphere-warming pollutants, outlining a blueprint that is intended to lead to lower fossil fuel use in Colorado’s transportation system, some industries and in homes across the state. The Greenhouse Gas Pollution Reduction Roadmap aims to show the way to reductions in carbon dioxide, methane, and other greenhouse gases mandated by 2019 legislation. At a news conference Polis sought to highlight the importance of state policies that tackle climate change, mentioning record-setting wildfires ac

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