Also in this issue of CAQ:
• Efficiency at Home
• Ask the Expert: How Effective are Energy Audits?
• Efficient Buildings: Meeting the Challenge of Climate Change
• Selling Watts or Negawatts
Energy efficiency can get us 50 percent of the way toward the carbon-reduction targest needed to curb the worst effects of climate change (and we'll save money too). It sounds like a daunting task, but it's not. For example, when the residents of Juneau, Alaska, were recently faced with a surprise energy shortage, they managed to reduce their energy use by 30 percent in only two weeks. We can all follow their lead. Let's get started now. Read "Efficiency First!" »
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