By Tom Doggett WASHINGTON, Dec 20 (Reuters) - U.S. greenhouse gas emissions linked to global warming fell by 1.2 percent last year, the largest decrease in a decade, due in part to slow economic growth and a milder winter, the government said on Friday. Last year's decline was in sharp contrast to the 1.3 annual growth rate in U.S. emissions from 1990 to 2000 and was twice the level of the only other drop during the period -- a 0.6 percent decline in 1991 -- according to a report from ...
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