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Editor's note: bringing down building emissions requires a delicate balancing act

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Around a third of the world’s final energy is directly consumed in buildings, according to a new academic report co-authored by the University of Oxford and Ghent University, with nearly two-thirds of this provided by fossil fuels. 

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