COSPP Jan/Feb 2005 Editorial

So, here is a plea for 2005, for both industry and environmental organizations. Ensure that your colleagues, your senior managers and your communications teams focus clearly on the cost and economic benefits of reducing emissions through greater efficiency in energy generation and use. The evidence is now overwhelming. The policy impact can be profound. 2005 could be a pretty good year.

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