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What You Need to Know
About Saving Energy

1.5° C

The Increase in Global Temperature, where impact will be irreversible.

We’re expected to reach that level by 2040

– Rising seas
– Disappearing permafrost
– Water Scarcity
-Loss of biodiversity & species

graph showing where carbon emissions come from

Based on technology we already have today, we can…

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Reduce
Energy
Consumption

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Reduce
Carbon
Energy

getting from average energy consumption to zero energy

Be a part of the conversation to set a goal to put Las Cruces on the path to Zero Energy

Image showing the various ways to make your home a zero energy ready home

90%

Think the average person should be taking concrete steps to reduce his/her environmental impact

-The Shelton Group, 2016

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Reasons to Join Zero Energy Las Cruces

 

  • Affordable to build & operate
  • Better for the environment
  • More comfortable
  • More reliable
Logo for the Smart Living Team's Zero Energy Las Cruces project

SOURCES

IPCC, IPCC Summary for Policymakers, June 2018
Shelton Insights, Shelton Energy Pulse, 2016
Pew, Public Views on Climate Change and Climate Scientists, October 4, 2016
National Science Board, Public Attitudes about Specific S&T-Related Issues, 2018

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