Thanks to Vicky Markham for this article.
Decision-makers must consider both population factors and individual energy use in order to curb climate change effectively, according to a new science-based report released today by the Center for Environment and Population (CEP).
The study, “U.S. Population, Energy & Climate Change,” spotlights the outsize U.S. contribution to climate change and adds to mounting evidence that a variety of population factors linked to energy use have to be considered when world leaders convene for climate change talks in Copenhagen this December.
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