Energy efficiency: from marginalized to mainstream

We do not need to articulate the dangers of climate change; Mother Nature is showing us these quite clearly as recent floods, mudslides and bushfires claim dozens of lives and cause millions of pounds of damage across the globe. Nor do we have to list the environmental arguments for reducing energy use and our dependence on fossil fuels, as these are both well documented and widely accepted. Apart from a small number of sceptics, there is virtual worldwide scientific consensus on the repercussions of climate change and its link to the use of traditional energy sources. However, considering that we waste around £5bn worth of energy every year, could the solution to climate change be as simple as improved energy efficiency?

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