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How Green Is Your State? (Interactive Infographic)

Our friend Thomas Schueneman recently shared a very interesting interactive infographic on his site, Global Warming Is Real. The infographic ranks the “greenness” of all 50 US states. It’s embedded below. I’m not sure of the exact assumptions used, and I’m a little skeptical about Florida ranking in the 2nd-best category and Alabama ranking in the best. But no study is perfect, and the rankings seem on target, in general, so maybe I am off. How green is your state? Take a look (very generally) here:


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