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      Tackling the challenges in sustainability, energy efficiency and climate change requires a strong commitment from companies and private sectors, governments, agencies and NGOs. What are your solutions and strategies to help reduce energy consumption and contribute the change towards a more sustainable world?

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      Having a proactive government that believes in climate change and not only enforces strict environmental laws and regulations but provides funding to these large companies to adapt their technology to become more energy efficient and produce less pollution helps at the industrial level. In Canada we have a pretty good government and the provincial level I know they're working on a cap and trade law where companies that pollute at least 25,000 tonnes per year will have to have a number of allowances equal to their emissions. Cap-and-trade proceeds are directed to a Greenhouse Gas Reduction Account to fund green projects such as home and business retrofits to make them more energy efficient and financially sustainable.


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      Quote Originally Posted by Eustacia Ray View Post
      Tackling the challenges in sustainability, energy efficiency and climate change requires a strong commitment from companies and private sectors, governments, agencies and NGOs. What are your solutions and strategies to help reduce energy consumption and contribute the change towards a more sustainable world?
      I am not too worried about this stuff, fossil fuels are about to become obsolete, electric cars, supr insulated homes, solar power etc will be the new norm. GE was talking about power from fusion generators which will be able to power a city from a truck mounted generator. Meat in a few decades will be lab grown and we would be able to make ocean water potable.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Bobby1 View Post
      I am not too worried about this stuff, fossil fuels are about to become obsolete, electric cars, supr insulated homes, solar power etc will be the new norm.
      And this is why you decided to buy an electric/solar car recently and not a big dumb gas guzzler like a Denali, right? oh wait...

      If you arent ready to put your $$$ where your mouth is, dont expect the rest of the world to.
      Simple ain't easy.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Eustacia Ray View Post
      Tackling the challenges in sustainability, energy efficiency and climate change requires a strong commitment from companies and private sectors, governments, agencies and NGOs. What are your solutions and strategies to help reduce energy consumption and contribute the change towards a more sustainable world?


      Well, technology has the answers to that. A technology enabled energy services or sustainability management solutions are a trend these days. I've been reading about their approaches about minimizing waste output and energy consumption. However, there are also a few simple strategies that can help reduce your energy consumption and lower costs. Being an energy efficient in lighting is a way to lower energy bills. For a high performance lighting system, consider the right lamp technology,control and others.

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      We actually hired a company to do energy benchmarking for our company. My boss said we'll need it for comparison for our energy management program. To see how effective it is.

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      There are lots of challenges regarding sustainability energy efficiency and climate change which are grabbing world attention as Paris agreement is the greatest example of worlds commitment towards protection of the environment and to stop environmental changes. The agreement also restricts the member's countries to not to continue the coal power plants and insist on clean energy projects and also reach on point to reduce the exit of greenhouse gases.


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