Fueling Change: A Little Conservation Goes A Long Way

January 20, 2014 | By

Japan consumes 4.7M barrels of oil per day.  China consumes 10.2M barrels per day. The United States, consuming roughly 18.5M barrels per day, dwarfs it’s closest competitors by a margin of over 3M barrels of oil per day.  To state the obvious: As the biggest consumers of fossil fuels worldwide, Americans need to take a look at their patterns of consumption, and see where they can cut down.

This infographic looks at how a little conservation can go a long way.

Fueling Change: A Little Conservation Goes A Long Way

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