Is U.S. Outsourcing Its Own Destruction?

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Residents of the Massachusetts town of Turners Falls celebrated when workers began tearing down a shuttered coal-fired power plant this year. But the demolition is hardly a victory in the battle against manmade climate change. Virtually every piece of the 2,600-ton plant is being shipped to Guatemala to be rebuilt.

It could continue to pollute, for another 50 years.

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