28 Apr '11, 5pm

China's Energy Use & Emissions To Peak Way Before 2050 [email protected]| #Climate #China

China's Energy Use & Emissions To Peak Way Before 2050 |@TreeHugger| #Climate #China

As for electric cars, study after study shows that, while electric cars are a step above internal combustion vehicles in terms of emissions no doubt about it, building communities where you don't need to own a car, where you deflate the demand for them, is a better option--maintaining real community and developing better places than auto-centric urban planning. Ultimately it doesn't matter what powers the car when it comes to environmental impact if you're talking about the impact that isn't related solely to energy use and greenhouse gas emissions.

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/files/2011/04/china-energy-use-...

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