Living means consuming, and consuming requires producing consumer items which causes depletion of non-renewable energy resources and emissions of greenhouse gases. Thus, in addition to direct energy use, households indirectly require energy and greenhouse gases that are embodied in their purchases of consumer items. This study deals with the requirements for energy and greenhouse gases in Australia during 1993/94 for different aspects of living and how these amounts vary with changing household characteristics.
Direct Energy Use Greenhouse Gases Consumer Items Emissions Of Greenhouse Gases Depletion Of Non-renewable Resources Depletion Of Energy Resources Requirements For Energy Purchases Of Items Energy Use Depletion Of Resources
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