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Connecticut losing ground on building emissions despite efficiency programs

Hartford, Connecticut.

Climate activists say the state’s progress on reducing building emissions has been far too slow given the pace of the climate crisis, and that it needs to end incentives for energy-efficient natural gas heating.

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