An August 2008 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) study compared the carbon emissions of Americans in a variety of lifestyles ranging from the homeless to multimillionaires, from Buddhist monks to soccer moms and compared them to those of other nations. According to the study, Buddhist monks are responsible for more than twice the world average energy use. A self-sustaining monk who spends six months of every year living in the forest still registers a carbon footprint of 10.5 tons, the study determined.
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