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What does the EPA's plan to cut carbon emissions from power plants mean to you?
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has a plan to reduce carbon emissions from power plants by 2030. Building on what states, cities and businesses across the country are already doing, the Clean Power Plan aims to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, which scientists have identified as the the largest contributer to climate change.
St. Louis Public Radio wants to know what this means to you. How might these cuts affect you/your family? What concerns do you have, if any, about such things as costs, or feasiblity, or anything else? What questions would like us to try to answer about the proposal or its impact on you? Just how important is this issue to you?
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