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What’s the price of gasoline? In the U.S. it’s about $4 a gallon. But some experts say the true price of gas is much higher. What about the costs of pollution, and the global and local problems caused by it? Who pays for those? This animated feature from the Center for Investigative Reporting calculates the carbon footprint and other “external costs” of gasoline use in the U.S. Reported by Sarah Terry-CoboProduced by Carrie Ching and Sarah Terry-CoboSound mix and editing by Carrie ChingAnimation and illustration by Arthur JonesHow much would you be willing to pay for gas? Share your thoughts with California Watch and CIR:http://www.publicinsightnetwork.org/form/center-for-investigative-reporting/a…Read more: http://californiawatch.org/dailyreport/us-gas-artificially-cheap-what-we-dont…Sources: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/204228-price-of-gas-transcript.html
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