PUBLISHEDNovember 14 2012
AUTHOR(S)Kojima, Masami
EECI | Energy Efficient Cities Initiative (Brochure)

Helping Cities Meet Their Energy Challenges of the New Century


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  • 4.9 billion people (60% of the world’s population) will inhabit cities

  • Cities will consume 73% of the world’s energy

  • Cities will emit 76% of the world’s greenhouse gases

  • 81% of urban energy growth will come from developing countries

  • Urban built up areas in developing countries will triple

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