What is the surge of SUV sales doing to global carbon emissions?
Why are greenhouse gases from industrial heat so hard to control?
And why are renewable electricity growth rates becoming less impressive?
We’ll answer those questions this week. In this episode of The Interchange, we’ll choose three different numbers from the transportation, heating and electricity sectors and explain what they mean. At the end, we’ll choose which statistic is most important.
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Source: Greentech Media