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What percentage of carbon dioxide emissions in the United States are due to buildings? a. 12% b. 38% c. 56% d. 98%
What percentage of carbon dioxide emissions in the United States are due to buildings? a. 12% en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Greenhouse_gas_emissions_by_the_United_States
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