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Rep. Carter on Biden's clean energy push: US, Europe going to net-zero emissions won't solve global problem
Rep. Carter on Biden’s clean energy push: US, Europe going to net-zero emissions won’t solve global problem
Rep. Buddy Carter, R-Ga., argues the U.S. ‘has to be able to export natural gas’ as the Biden administration caters to climate crowd demands.
Rep. Buddy Carter, R-Ga., joined "Mornings with Maria" Tuesday to discuss Biden's energy agenda as his administration looks to distance the U.S. from fossil fuels, arguing the U.S. and Europe reaching net-zero emissions "will not solve" the global climate issue.
REP. BUDDY CARTER: We've got to use natural gas. Look at what we've done in the United States of America over the last decade. We have decreased our carbon emissions more than the next 12 countries combined while growing our economy. It can be done. And part of the reason we've been able to do that has been natural gas. And natural gas here is 47% cleaner than that in Russia. We've got to be able to export that natural gas.
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