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Detik | Pandemic Adaptation Supports Carbon Diet Implementation

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The Institute for Essential Services Reform (IESR) provides an illustration that a trip using a gasoline or diesel-fueled car as far as 1 km will produce as much as 200 grams of CO2 emissions. These data indicate that a reduction in mobility can have a significant positive impact on reducing carbon emissions from the transportation sector.

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