Yikes!! America's urban centers are locked inside vast rings of emissions-spewing suburban sprawl.
to a new study, population-dense cities contribute less greenhouse-gas
emissions per person than other areas of the country, but these cities’
extensive suburbs essentially wipe out the climate benefits. Berkely Article > Carbon footprints Check out the Interactive U.S. Map >
Beefing Up Population Density Won't Curb Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Our suburbs are responsible for 50 percent of America's household emissions – twice as much as their urban counterparts. City
dwellers tend to have smaller carbon footprints than their suburban
neighbors. They use more public transportation and live in smaller
abodes, whereas folks in the suburbs own more vehicles, have bigger
homes, and enjoy larger household incomes. Article >
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