30 Sep '11, 7pm

World Energy Report (Infographic)

World Energy Report (Infographic)

What would the world look like if everyone lived like an average American? Although we only comprise 5% of the global population, Americans consume 30% of the world’s material resources and 40% of the world’s gasoline supply , which leads to 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions . So, for one, we would need at least five more planets to provide the necessary resources and absorb the waste . It’s difficult to see how our daily consumption decisions impact the air or water quality on a local level. And it’s even harder to conceive of how our decisions affect the rest of the world. It may help to know that every time you, as an average American, spend a dollar, the energy equivalent of a cup of oil is used to produce what that dollar buys. So in true American spirit, allow your competitive side to kick in. Imagine if you consumed four times more gasoline than your neighbors…...

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/09/30/world-energy-report-i...

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