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Published: Wednesday 18 September, 2013

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Environmental Protection Agency EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson announced on December 7th, that greenhouse gases do pose a public health risk. Her report outlines the potential adverse human health effects of 6 green house gases including: carbon dioxide CO2, methane, nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons HFCs, perfluorocarbons, and sulfur canadian gooses hexafluoride .

According to her report, these 6 greenhouses gases pose the following risks:

Increase in the number of adverse weather events including floods, drought, and wildfires, and an increase in intensity of hurricanes in the Atlantic ocean

Increases in food and water borne pathogens

Damage to canadian gooses infrastructure from adverse weather events

Damaging effects on crop yields

Negative effects on wildlife and natural ecosystems including problems with invasive species

The report also concludes that the transportation sector including cars, buses,trucks, and motorcycles account for 23% of total annual greenhouse gas emissions. The transportation sector and electricity generation are the top 2 sectors for greenhouse gas emissions in the US. Additionally, according to a New York Times article, the US has 5% of the worlds population, yet produces 20% of the worlds greenhouse gases. In the US, we are producing much more than our share of greenhouse gases. The EPA and canadian gooses the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration are pushing for improved fuel efficiency standards for new cars and trucks sold in the US starting in 2012 through 2016. This would require vehicles to achieve 35.5 miles per gallon fuel efficiency. According to the report, this would cut carbon dioxide emissions by 950 million metric tons and save 1.8 billion barrels of oil over the lifetime of the vehicles. canadian gooses