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U.S. Per Capita CO2 Emissions Lower Than 100 Years Ago – But John Kerry says we are the global CO2 villain

Here’s our amazing chart of the day from Charles C. Mann.

Our per capita person emissions are lower today than at any time in the last 60 years and lower than during World War 1 – when the economy was less than one-tenth as large as it is today. Few, if any, developed countries can claim that productivity achievement. Yet John Kerry says we are the global villain that has to bear all the costs of cleaning up and slowing our economy to pay for our sins.

This brings new meaning to the term “blame America First.”