From The New York Times: The Climate Impact of Your Neighborhood, Mapped

Where and how you live shapes your household’s contribution to climate change. Explore differences across the nation.

By Nadja Popovich, Mira Rojanasakul and Brad Plumer | Dec. 13, 2022

“Cities and local governments could use the data to identify the most effective ways to fight climate change — by, for example, encouraging developers to build more housing in neighborhoods where people don’t need cars to get around or helping households in suburbs more quickly adopt cleaner electric vehicles.”

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Map by EcoDataLab in partnership with the CoolClimate Network at the University of California, Berkeley.

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