As the world’s biggest carbon dioxide polluter, the US has been under intense scrutiny for its emissions and its emissions have been declining steadily for the past few decades.

But is the US still emitting enough CO2 to cause global warming?

And is there any hope that we might be able to reduce our emissions?

To find out, I went to two US states that were particularly important in the global fight against CO2 emissions: New York and California.

In New York, there are some 4,000 miles of existing infrastructure that are designed to combat climate change, and there are a few places where we have installed carbon monosulfur and carbon dioxide monitors.

In California, the state’s largest city, the only large city that’s equipped with a monitoring station is San Francisco, and that’s only one of many.

In both states, a carbon dioxide sensor is installed near the city’s water main.

The sensors collect CO2, and the readings are sent to a central location.

In the case of New York City, the sensor was installed at the site of the Empire State Building.

In San Francisco the sensor is located at the Golden Gate Bridge.

But there’s another sensor, installed on the waterfront, that is not connected to the city and not connected with the rest of the city.

So in the case that the city is not able to install a monitoring device, we have to have some way to measure our emissions and then take steps to mitigate the emissions.

The sensor measures carbon dioxide, the gas that causes global warming, and it measures how much of that gas is being emitted to the atmosphere.

That data is then sent to an electronic device called a sensor array, which contains two sets of sensors.

One set measures the amount of CO2 emitted by the city, and one set measures emissions from cars, trucks, buses, and other stationary sources.

The data is combined, and then the data is analyzed.

So there are different kinds of measurements, and we can do different kinds in different states, depending on where we live.

The sensors that we have in New York can measure CO2 and emissions for every hour of the day, so we can measure the emissions in different parts of the country.

We have two sets, and they are connected by a long cable.

In other states, we don’t have that, so you have to go to different points and have different cables.

So we’re still relying on a lot of information to estimate how much CO2 we’re emitting.

The CO2 sensor that we’re connected to in San Francisco is a little different.

The cable runs from one end of the sensor to the other.

So it has a long cord, and you have a long hose that you attach to the sensor, and in some cases it’s attached to the hose.

There’s an electronic circuit that monitors the sensors and sends information to the computer.

The other set of sensors is connected to a sensor network that’s located in the Pacific Northwest.

In that region, you can have sensors for a number of different types of emissions.

And that’s one of the reasons we’re so reliant on that.

There are some sensors that measure CO02 and emissions at the point where the city receives the information.

So that is what the city does.

Then there are sensors that are connected to sensors on the ocean.

So the ocean data is what they do, but there’s also sensors that detect CO2 at the surface.

In general, you have the data that’s sent to the data center in Washington, D.C., and then it goes to a database that’s stored at a facility in New Jersey.

Then that data is aggregated into different states.

And then that data goes into a database in California.

So the data from the ocean sensors is aggregating data from other sources and then going to a different data center.

The other sensors in the New York system have a data center that’s in New Mexico, and a data facility that’s also in New England.

So all the data goes to New York.

The data is also being sent to California, where there are the emissions from stationary sources, and to Hawaii, where they’re sending that data to Hawaii.

The emissions from the Pacific Ocean go to California and to New Mexico.

The information goes to Hawaii and to the Pacific.

So what we’re doing is we’re using a network of sensors to measure CO 2 emissions.

The network that we use is connected through an electrical cable to an array of sensors, which are connected in pairs.

The first pair is connected via a cable to the water main, and on the second pair is an electrical connection to the sensors, and this electrical cable is connected from the sensor array to the electrical power grid, so the grid is able to get electricity to the entire system.

The power grid then passes the electricity to California.

We don’t want to have a lot more power plants in California than we need.

So if we have a power