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How many of the top three carbon dioxide emitting power plants are located in the southeast?

  • 1 (14% people answered this)
  • 2 (27% people answered this)
  • 3 (58% people answered this)

1358 people answered.

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Correct answer is: 3

The top three carbon emitting power plants are located in the Southeast: 1. Plant Scherer, Georgia 2. Plant James H Miller Jr, Alabama 3. Plant Bowen, Georgia North American Power Plant Air Emissions, Commission for Environmental Cooperation, October 2011

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