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#EEDAY2018

Friday, Oct 5, 2018

A growing network of advocates, companies, government agencies, utilities + others will showcase the benefits of energy efficiency during the 3rd annual nationwide Energy Efficiency Day

Campaign Goals
Show the positive impacts of energy efficiency; Offer concrete, effective ways to save energy & money; + Spotlight people, technologies, jobs, & more (customers, service providers, manufacturers);

How to Participate
Share messages via your personal and/or organization's online presence. For example: Use the campaign’s sample social posts and content (or your own) to direct visitors to tips on your own website. You’ll find everything you need here; Write and post a blog about your energy efficiency success story, tips, or content ahead of Oct. 5 (then promote it on EEDay). Issue your own press statement urging your audiences to save energy, and save money;

Promote your EE success stories during and after the campaign;

Help reach the media: pitch a story to a mainstream or trade publication – about what your business/organization is doing to improve energy efficiency + EE is a massive job-creating machine. See our report

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Upcoming Events

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Weathering the Storm: The Intersection of Finance and Resilience
18 Oct
The architecture, engineering and construction industries have generated a variety of solutions to protect our physical infrastructure from the worst effects of climate change. But how does that translate to financial resilience?
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Surviving the Century featuring Martin Rees
29 Oct
Our Earth has existed for 45 million centuries but this is the first when one species — ours — has the entire planet's future in its hands. Astrophysicist and cosmologist Martin Rees lecture will focus on prospects for humanity
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Ground Transportation and Climate Change
3 Nov
The Five Thousand Pound Life is The Architectural League of New York League's ongoing initiative to rethink our collective future through design in the face of climate change. This conference will engage scholars and practitioners in questions about the future of land-based transportation.
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NYPL Conversations From The Cullman Center
10 Dec
Deborah Coen talks about her new book, Climate in Motion: Science, Empire, and the Problem of Scale, with Daniel Kehlmann. Looking back to the nineteenth century, Coen uncovers the roots of modern climate science in the politics and growth of the Hapsburg Empire.
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