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Carbon dioxide emissions fell by 13% in the past five years, because of new energy-saving technologies and a doubling in the take-up of renewable energy, the report compiled by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF) for the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) said.
Nah. It’s because we’re driving less. Look at the VMT chart. The drop in emissions is mainly due to the bad economy, not renewable energy.
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Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: car life cycle, carbon balance, carbon dioxide, CO2, global warming, transportation
The European Cyclists’ Federation just put out a study on CO2 emissions and the possible savings that might come from additional cycling in the EU.
[just one of several interesting graphics from this report]