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Rising incomes drive increased air-conditioning use

In a new study published by PNAS, two researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, examined the relationship between climate, income growth, and air conditioning adoption.
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__truncato_root__>In a new study published by PNAS, two researchers from the University of California, Berkeley, examined the relationship between climate, income growth, and air conditioning adoption. In particular, they analyzed data on 27,000 households in Mexico, a country with varied climat...

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