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Double the global rate of improvement in energy efficiency.

Could this be your career mission?

Below are employers you could work for, occupations they employ, and education and training programs to prepare you to achieve this target.
Job Candidate
  1. Community Energy Efficiency Coalitions: Bring together community members, businesses, and local government to collectively work towards doubling energy efficiency improvements within a specific locality.

  2. Green Building Councils: Promote sustainable building practices and energy-efficient construction methods within the community.

  3. Local Environmental Action Groups: Work on various environmental issues, including energy efficiency, and advocate for sustainable practices at the local level.

  4. Neighborhood Energy Committees: Collectively address and improve energy efficiency, sharing information and implementing community-wide initiatives.

  5. Community-Owned Renewable Energy Projects: Facilitate community investments in renewable energy projects with a focus on maximizing energy efficiency and sustainability.

  6. Energy Conservation Advocacy Groups: Advocate for policies and practices that lead to increased energy efficiency within homes, businesses, and public spaces.

  7. Sustainable Transportation Initiatives: Promote energy-efficient transportation options, such as cycling, walking, and the use of electric vehicles, to reduce overall energy consumption.

  8. Local Energy Cooperatives: Invest in and implement energy-efficient technologies and practices, aiming for a significant reduction in energy consumption.

  9. Youth Environmental Groups: Educate and mobilize young people to participate in energy efficiency initiatives within their communities.

  10. Community Resilience and Sustainability Networks: Work on a range of sustainability issues, including energy efficiency, to enhance the overall resilience and sustainability of the community.

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