07 February 2011

Why Does Energy Efficiency’s Promise Remain Unfulfilled?

Jon R. Luoma, a contributing editor at Audubon, tries to explain why the promises of energy efficiency haven't been fulfilled in latest Yale Environment 360:

Among the many measures the world can take to wean itself off fossil fuels, few match the benefits of making homes, business, and cars more energy-efficient. But financial and psychological barriers have kept individuals, businesses, and governments from realizing efficiency’s great potential.

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