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Because CO2 emissions contribute to climate change, there is an increasing market demand for renewable energy, and energy sources which produce fewer emissions. Natural gas, coal, solar, nuclear, and wind energy are all possible sources with varying costs and possible consequences. Coal, which produces a high degree of emissions, is being replaced in some areas by lower-emission natural gas and windmand solar, which may be one reason carbon emissions have stayed relatively consistent over the last several years despite a growing economy.
Investing in research, development and deployment of different sources of lower CO2 energy, transmission and storage solutions may help them to become cheaper and more marketable, which may help to reduce carbon emissions and slow climate change.