Watch a webinar about using Climate Culture as part of your National Conversation.
Climate Culture is an online service that provides tools and customized recommendations to allow your citizens to better manage their household energy costs, save money and reduce their carbon footprints. The site looks at multiple factors—location and weather patterns, type of home, the number of people in the household, and so on—and then provides information, analysis and relevant tips for users to reduce their energy use and carbon emissions.
Climate Culture provides a way to interact directly with your community members, to see what your citizens are doing to reduce their energy usage and to help them save money on their energy bills. You can set up local networks to allow your community members to share energy-saving ideas, discuss home improvement projects, organize carpools, or even compete on energy reductions for green bragging rights. To set up your own local emissions reduction network, which will show cumulative emissions reductions from people in your community, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Climate Culture is a project of Efficiency 2.0, which can also provide custom software solutions that educate households on the impacts of their energy use; enable them to make smarter choices in a fun and personalized manner; connect them with their friends, neighbors, local community groups, and energy efficiency providers; and compete against one another to save money on energy bills and reduce carbon dioxide emissions. For more information on the services provided by Efficiency 2.0 email email@example.com.