• Reach out to all communities and inform them of the existing green and sustainable programs and organizations that are available.
  • Form partnerships with local groups and organizations that support and promote sustainable practices in their businesses and communities.
  • Assist people in becoming environmentally conscious and more connected with their community.
  • Encourage businesses to be more successful with this newfound knowledge.
  • Promote the economic benefits to the local and state economy.

“If each of the (approximately) 2.6 million households in Arizona was encouraged to save/increase their (annual) buying power by $500 though “green” energy conservation (very easy to do, by the way), that could sustainably release $1.3 billion into the economy from the bottom up.  No matter how you count it, that would create a lot of jobs and do much to turn the economy around while giving us the social and environmental benefits all at the same time.”

George B. Brooks, Jr. Ph.D.
NxT Horizon Consulting Group
Publisher NxT Horizon

 

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