Rich Americans’ homes generate 25% more greenhouse gasses than those less affluent

An analysis of 93m US homes found that the most energy intensive dwellings are found in Maine, Vermont and Wisconsin

The homes of wealthy Americans are major engines of the climate crisis, research has found, with the United States’ most affluent suburbs generating as much as 15 times the greenhouse gas emissions as nearby, poorer districts.

An analysis of 93m homes in the contiguous US found that the most energy intensive dwellings, per square foot, are found in Maine, Vermont and Wisconsin, while the least energy intensive are located in Florida, Arizona and California...

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Ken Notes: This should be an opportunity to encourage wealthy homeowners to embrace the new renewable technologies available today. These people are wealthy because the understand business and now "Going Green" is good business...



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