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Seattle is adding people and buildings - but subtracting emissions

Seattle's greenhouse gas emissions have fallen 6% since 2008. Image: REUTERS/Chris Helgren - RC1C3F43DC80

Gregory Scruggs

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Office workers chat in the light-filled interior of the Bullitt Center in Seattle, Washington, July 2, 2018. Image: Thomson Reuters Foundation/Gregory Scruggs
A view of the Bullitt Center, a Image: Bullitt Center/Nic Lehoux

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A view of the Seattle skyline from the roof of the Bullitt Center. Image: Bullitt Center/Nic Lehoux

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