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Humans are visual creatures. With that in mind, researchers have built a software tool that generates visualizations of estimated greenhouse gas emissions across city landscapes in a bid to help policymakers create effective laws to combat climate change.
The tool combines data from sources such as local air pollution reports, traffic counts, and tax assessor parcel information with a modeling system for quantifying carbon dioxide emissions at the level of individual buildings and street segments.
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