In winter, more energy is consumed because it is colder. This means that our CO2 output is greater, due to much of our current non-eco-friendly energy sources.
I think this is a more complex question. Yes, winters are cold and isolations are bad so we waste a lot of energy to keep our homes warm, which might be the biggest single factor. But during summers people use A/C to cool their homes, most people have their summer vacations during which travelling also produces a large amount of CO2. Water usage also increases. It is fairly hard to answer this because in the meantime summer allows people to be outdoor possibly saving some energy, while during winter people stay in their warm homes instead. But all of these come down to the climate you live in.
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