CO2 'Domes' Pose Problems for Cities
"Mark Jacobson, professor of civil and environmental engineering and director of the Atmosphere/Energy Program at Stanford, has been vocal about the need for a complete clean-energy transformation. This week, with the political world consumed by health care, his work offers a reminder that carbon pollution is a serious health problem. It makes traditional air pollution-such as particulates and ozone-more harmful, so it poses particular threats to the places with the worst air pollution-cities."
This post from Grist takes a look at the new research and shows a map of how those CO2 "domes" span out across the U.S.