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As much as 60 per cent of the city’s Green House Gas (GHG) emissions come from buildings and the energy sector, a 2019 study by the World Resource Institute (WRI)-India has concluded. According to primary data analysis, WRI-India has found that residential, commercial and institutional buildings in Mumbai are estimated to go up 3.3 times by 2050. The data was presented in a webinar held under the Mumbai climate action plan on Tuesday. In a presentation, Mehul Patel, manager of the Climate Programme at WRI India, said that residential, commercial, and institutional building emissions are dominated by electricity and LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas).