Conserving energy is an important step to improve our impact on the environment. A greenhouse gas emission like carbon dioxide is a by-product of energy use and is linked to global warming and climate change. There is also an important connection between energy and water use. It takes water to produce energy and it takes energy to deliver water. Reducing energy use will help curb climate change AND conserve the water resources it would have taken to generate the energy saved. Explore the categories below to learn about ways to reduce energy use individually and in your homes, in neighborhoods, and regionally. You can also learn about agencies and organizations working on energy issues and about policies and regulations regarding energy.

To show your support for the City’s Climate Action Plan, visit the Action Climate Tucson web page.

Also visit the Water ResourcesTransportation Alternatives, and Green Building and Smart Growth pages for more information related to energy.

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