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Good point David. Yes, the analysis is limited and caution is needed when looking just at these numbers. For example if someone living in the lower GHG emitting neighbourhood flies for more than 40 hours a year their overall emissions would be higher than someone living in the more spread-out neighbourhood (assuming that they did not fly). Other things like seasonal (second) homes, family size, and type of employment and hobbies will also have a big impact on total overall emissions. The comparison of neighbourhoods is more of a place to start. Regards, Dan