City in North America City in North America This typical city in North America in a temperate climate zone has 1 million inhabitants. Each inhabitant lives on 60m² and uses 25m² of non-residential buildings such as shops, offices, hospitals and universities. Each inhabitant travels 17 miles per day, 85% by car.
88% of electricity is generated by fossil sources including coal, oil, gas and nuclear power.
City in Europe City in Europe This typical city in Europe in a temperate climate zone has 1 million inhabitants. Each inhabitant lives on 40m² and uses 15m² of non-residential buildings such as shops, offices, hospitals and universities. Each inhabitant travels 20km per day, 50% by car.
85% of electricity is generated by fossil sources including coal, oil, gas and nuclear power.
City in East Asia City in East Asia This typical city in East Asia in a temperate climate zone has 10 million inhabitants. Each inhabitant lives on 25m² and uses 6m² of non-residential buildings such as shops, offices, hospitals and universities. Each inhabitant travels 5,000km per year, 63% by motorcycle, car or taxi.
80% of electricity is generated by fossil sources including coal, oil, gas and nuclear power.
City in South America City in South America This typical city in South America in a temperate climate zone has 10 million inhabitants. Each inhabitant lives on 20m² and uses 5m² of non-residential buildings such as shops, offices, hospitals and universities. Each inhabitant travels 6,000km per year, 58% by motorcycle, car or taxi.
36% of electricity is generated by fossil sources including coal, oil, gas and nuclear power. The majority is generated by hydro power.
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