It Starts at Home: National Geographic article

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This month’s National Geographic has a nice article about the big picture of saving energy at home.   My favorite part of this article is a great depiction of the McKinsey cost curve showing that energy-efficiency in buildings makes a lot of sense—it’s something we should be aggressively pursuing regardless of climate change or energy security. We should be doing it because it saves us money! As the WSJ article that I mentioned in my last post says, efficiency is the right place to start. 

Thanks,
Mike

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One Response to “It Starts at Home: National Geographic article”

  1. Energy-efficiency: The forgotten sibling of solar and wind energy « GreenHomes America Says:

    […] but rather carbon savings to reduce climate change that you’re after, the verdict is the same.  McKinsey & Company demonstrate that carbon emissions can be reduced by efficiency measures with a negative cost—in […]

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