By 2035, the world will have another 14 megacities, according to the United Nations. Most of the innovations will grow in Africa and Asia. The abundance of wealth and technology in big cities means that cities everywhere can take the lead in tackling climate change.
The amount of carbon in each head was derived from Moran, D., Kanemoto K; Jiborn, M., Wood, R., Többen, J., and Seto, KC (2018) Carbon footprints in 13,000 cities. Letters of Environmental Research DOI: 10.1088 / 1748-9326 / aac72a.
We obtained global gas in each city by multiplying the production from Moran et al. and the number of people provided by the United Nations.
When translating the following, please keep in mind the academic shortcomings with these methods; the numbers are not very accurate but allow us to identify and analyze what is going on.
Singing: Getty (NYC, High Line, Shenzhen); Alamy (Kinshasa); Osaka (Osaka)