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Delong Mountain Terminal Project Carbon Footprint Analysis

The DMTP has the potential to increase carbon emissions associated with construction activities, shipping, fuel used at the mine, and fuel consumed by regional villages. This report discusses the legal basis for disclosing this carbon footprint increase. We then identify the magnitude of economic damages or social costs associated with this increase, the carbon sequestration spatial biocapacity required to absorb the increase (footprint), and the overall carbon intensity (carbon footprint per $ of economic activity) of the DMTP.

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