Carbon dioxide emissions were up in the first quarter due to record number of drivers

Carbon dioxide emissions were up four percent nationwide in the first quarter of this year. That is because drivers logged a record number of miles despite record-high gas prices.

U.S. drivers traveled more than 753 billion miles from January through the end of March as most people feel comfortable traveling again post-pandemic. That is the highest mileage for that time period since the federal government began tallying in 1970.


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