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Tuesday, 27 December 2011

Carbon footprint of the world's biggest cities (via CNN)

The graphic details the world's 10 most populated cities and their annual carbon emissions. There is currently no standard approach by which cities measure their carbon output. The figures represented within this chart are drawn from cities' own inventories, the methodologies for which vary from city to city.

Here is the map: 10co2emission

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