Thanks to researchers at the University of California, Berkeley, we now can picture how America’s urban centers are locked inside vast rings of emissions-spewing sprawl.
The Atlantic Cities
Washington, D.C., has a smaller carbon footprint than its surrounding suburbs, according to UC Berkeley researchers.mrlaugh/Flickr 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, all
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