Science, Policy, and Advocacy on Population and the Environment

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This section shows how U.S. states, regions and large metropolitan areas compare in terms of key energy factors that link them to population and climate change, including: energy consumption, electricity consumption, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions per-capita, and vehicle miles traveled per-capita (VMT). It also features renewable energy production and consumption by state and region. To see the graphs and data, click on the topics below.

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