Why do we need a green, livable planet?
The greenest place on Earth may be nowhere near the place you think it is.
In fact, it’s the least green place on the planet.
Posted February 06, 2020 07:02:10In many parts of the world, the greenest area is where people live.
In some parts, it may be where you work, where you go to school, or where you live.
But what happens if you live in an area that’s not green, but where the planet is still largely green?
In the US, it is not uncommon for people to live in places with few green features.
For example, people in New York City may not feel the need to buy a green car.
In the Bay Area, you may find a car-free area.
In parts of Europe, greenhouses, gardens, and parks are common.
In Brazil, the world’s biggest greenhouse, there are greenhouses and parks in Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo, and Porto Alegre.
But in most of the rest of the planet, the average human would consider living in a green environment to be relatively rare.
What about in the U.S.?
The average American home is the second-most-greenest in the world behind China.
The average person in the US spends more than $11,000 per year on energy, transportation, and water.
In comparison, the equivalent energy bill for an American in China is $18,200 per year.
In addition, people here spend $1.7 trillion per year trying to reduce carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
It is not surprising that people in the United States spend more on energy than other nations, but the U