July 2012
Architect;Jul2012, Vol. 101 Issue 7, p20
Statistics are presented on energy consumption as of 2012 including the capital spent by governments worldwide on fossil-fuel subsidies, the U.S. carbon emissions caused by buildings and the percentage of global energy consumption attributable to the U.S.


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