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Uneven Energy Use Across the Globe infographic

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SUBJECTS: Science, Social Studies

TOPICS: Economics, Energy, International Comparisons, Wealth & Poverty

Infographic shows uneven global energy use by comparing energy used per capita in high, medium, and low income countries. Data is displayed for the years 1980, 1990, 2000, 2010, and 2013 (the most recent year of available data).

Data is from the International Energy Agency.

Graphic originally published on the Quick Trip to 7.6 Billion wall chart.

Infographic shows uneven global energy use by comparing energy used per capita in high-, medium-, and low-income countries

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