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The Impact of Urban Development in China on Global Warming
As a proportion of China's energy bill, the non-industrial sectors appear almost secondary, so great is the amount of industrial consumption. Energy consumed for transport, housing and services adds up to only half the energy required by Chinese industry. Yet, since the start of the reforms, total urban consumption has grown ever larger alongside the secondary or industrial sector. The structure of China's energy consumption has altered considerably during this period because of industrial changes and the rapid urbanisation of the country. Urban development has led to strong growth in energy consumption within these sectors.
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