Engaging consumers to reduce energy consumption

Experts agree that our environmental future is precarious and the impact of a changing climate could be severe if something is not done to help the situation.

With this in mind, how can companies, especially those that produce energy products, promote sustainability issues and encourage consumers to reduce energy consumption?

The topic raised many questions for the Members involved in the Discussion Group, which was chaired by Engage for Change's Jerome Reback.   

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