Lou's Energy and Environmental Clock, Version 1.0.0

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  This Session Today This Month This Year
World population growth (people) 00 00
World coal consumption (short tons) 00 00
World oil consumption (barrels) 00 00
World natural gas consumption (cubic meters) 00 00
World CO2 emissions (metric tons) 00 00
Greenland ice loss (metric tons) 00 00
Arctic ice loss (metric tons) 00 00
CO2 absorbed by the oceans (metric tons) 00 00
Oxygen captured in CO2 emissions (metric tons) 00 00
US electricity generation (kWh) 00 00
US vehicle miles traveled 00 00
US CO2 avoided (tons; wind, hydro, solar) 00 00
US airline passenger miles traveled 00 00
US liquid fuel for lawn equipment (gallons) 00 00
US CO2 from transportation (metric tons) 00 00
US CO2 emissions from elect. (metric tons) 00 00
US CH4 from enteric fermentation (metric tons) 00 00

About

Welcome to the first installment in my planned series of energy and environmental clocks.

You can find a description of this project as well as the development history of this particular clock on the EE Clocks home page.

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Copyright and Usage

This page is Copyright © 2009 Lou Grinzo, but you may freely use, download, copy, modify, and redistribute the original or modified versions as long as you leave my original copyright statement in both the source code and visible at the bottom of this page, plus the link to The Cost of Energy, intact.

Please note that I make no guarantee about the accuracy of the information presented by this progam. Errors could happen for a variety of causes, including mistakes in the reference documents, my interpretation of those sources, programming errors, or typos, just to name the most obvious possibilities. You assume all responsibility for any use you make of this program. Above all: Verify my work!

I would appreciate hearing of any significant modifications you make to this page, as I always find it interesting how people use and change software. Plus, it could give me some ideas for future projects.

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