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1 1 HeighteningEnvironmental Intelligence (HEI) National Alliance for Sustainable Communities (NASC ) Power Up” Innovations for Stronger, Healthier Communities, Energy Efficiency Business and Market September 10, 2010

2 2 of engaged recipients can not recognize this symbol BEFORE a retrofit. Fact 63% Source: HEIDI Report, LRAM 2009

3 3 Big Picture or so we THOUGHT! Slowing, Stopping Reversing Carbon Emissions

4 4  Student-initiated, nonprofit, pre- weatherization and conservation start- up  Mission : Introducing energy saving solutions to limited-income households  Goal : Distributing 1M CFLs & solutions by 2015  Tactic : To reduce carbon emissions in target communities; direct-to-door delivery of Clean Bulbs™  Our Success  Recruited: 3,200+ volunteers & stakeholders  Delivered : Over 50,000+ CFLs, water kits and low flow toilets  Engaged : Over 4,300 apartments and homes, free of charge  Saved : $7.3M in aggregated Let’s Retrofit a Million

5 5  Delivered 50,676green solutions  CFLS: 45,489+  Water Kits: 1,035  Kitchen Sink Aerators: 796  Bathroom Aerators: 1,043  Shower Heads: 964  Low-Flow Toilets: 10 Progress: Product Delivery

6 6 Progress: Energy Ecological Impact * Derived via Energy Star CFL Savings Calculator

7 7  Product Delivery/ Installation  Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs  Kitchen Sink Aerators  Bathroom Sink Aerators  Shower Heads Service Packages

8 8 Progress: Water Ecological Impact

9 9 Check For Understanding Questions? Thoughts? Comments?

10 10 1.Climate change as a “belief system” 2.Science-based language 3.Advocacy for climate mitigation legislation 4.One-off radical direct actions 5.Lack of comprehensive understanding Why We Lost? 1.Dealing in reality; Still playing on “their” turf 2.Human-based experiences 3.Awareness of climate impacts 4.Purposeful, Service- Learning Experiences 5.Heightening People’s Environmental Intelligence

11 11 Failed Assumption?: Awareness (A 1 ) = Action (A 2 ) Our Assumption: Awareness (A 1 ) ≠ Action (A 2 ) -or- Awareness (A 1 ) ? Action (A 2 ) Our Theory of Change “You Know Better, therefore you Do Better”

12 12 Big Picture or so we THOUGHT! Slowing, Stopping Reversing Carbon Emissions

13 13 In Other Words… DA + A 1 + OC HBM = HEI Observable Change (OC) Heighten Environmental Intelligence (HEI) Direct Action (DA) Awareness (A 1 ) Habitual Behavioral Modification (HBM)

14 14 DA + A 1 + OC HBM = HEI An All-Embracing, All-Inclusive, Blanket? Direct Action (DA) + Awareness (A 1 ) + Observable Change (OC) / Habitual Behavioral Modification (HBM) = Heighten Environmental Intelligence (HEI)

15 15 Like it our NOT… Environmental Intelligence Spectrum? 2 Degrees Celsius in climate change will… Energy Star is a new video game right? Huge Barriers in Awareness

16 16  What solutions do we know that increasing an individual’s HEI?  How can we solve for… Bridging Theory with Praxis ? Heighten Environmental Intelligence (HEI)

17 17  Signature & Flagship Community Engagement, Policy/Advocacy, “Leader Activation” Program  Weekend, 5-hour ecological immersion  Service-Learning Opportunity & Campus to Community Bridge  Direct-to-door delivery of Service Package Delivery Options (SPDO)  Data Collection & Management Community Retrofit Day of Action (RDA)

18 18  20 Teams of 6 (DA)canvass an assigned neighborhood  (1) Captain  (1) Data Manager  (4) Handlers & Energy Auditors  Performs  Full CFL Retrofit (OC)  Water Kit Installation (OC)  Audits (OC)  Conducts  Baseline Energy Assessment (OC)  Shares  Literature Packages (A 1 )  Disposal Awareness (A 1 ) Harvest Teams In Action

19 19  Community Engagement  Direct Neighborhood Association Involvement  Volunteer Recruitment  Marketing/Media Outreach  Rally/Press Conference Coordination  Boots-on-Ground Canvassing  Staging Location Prep Pre-RDA Planning

20 20 RDA Event Day- Quick Tour  Staging Location Set Up  Volunteer Intake and Training  Press Conference/ Rally & Group Photo  Field Operations: “Out in the Field”  Interviews, Evaluations and Clean Up

21 21  Transport Fields Materials from Field Office to Staging Location  Set up Tent(s) and Tables  Chalking and Posting of Signage  Getting to KNOW your Area of Responsibility (AOR) Retrofit Day: Staging Location Set Up

22 22  STATION ONE  Individual Check-In / Team Assignment  STATION TWO  Culture & Sensitivity Workshop  Product Handling and Mercury Awareness Workshop  Story of Self, Us and Now Workshop  STATION THREE  Team Leaders Training  Energy Auditing & Lighting Assessment Training  Household-per-Hour™ and Data Management Training  STATION FOUR  Materials Distribution and Checkout Retrofit Day: Volunteer Intake and Training

23 23  Press Conference  Group Photo  Final Instructions before Heading into the Field Retrofit Day: Press Conference/ Rally & Group Photo

24 24  Resident Engagement: The Exchange and Retrofit  Filling out the Energy Audit & Impact Measurement Form  CFL Replenishment Retrofit Day: Field Operations: “Out in the Field”

25 25  Harvest Teams Return  Materials Check-In  Green Home Baseline Assessment Form Inspections  Household-per-Hour™ Penetration Rate Form Inspections  Recycling: Sorting, box breakdown and inventory  Volunteer Satisfaction Survey  My Lesson’s Learned Evaluation Forms Retrofit Day: Retrofit Day: Interviews, Evaluations and Clean Up

26 26 Affiliate Network: Two Year Goal JUST To Permanently Offset the Carbon Emissions A Coal-Fired Power Plant with JUST Light Bulbs!*

27 27 GOALS AND OBJECTIVES OBJECTIVE Carbon Offset Plant Scherer for 24 hours; Permanently Offset Plant Mitchell SEED Up to 25 Affiliate Chapter/MOVE Banks; 50 RDA Program Site Partners ENGAGE 8,300 + households RETROFIT 100,000 CFLs; 50,000 water kits DELIVER 62,000 literature packages SAVE $7M (Energy*) $432M (Water) TREES 47.4K acres trees planted* (equivalence) MWh** OFFSET 4,500 (Life cycle energy saved ) * Derived via Energy Star CFL Savings Calculator ** Adjusted for the 2011 Residential Electricity Price of $ (DOE) Plant Scherer, near Macon, GA, is the largest single point- source for carbon dioxide emissions in the United States. (Natural History Magazine) Generation Capacity (MW): 3,272 (A.Shenstone, SACE, 11/2010) Plant Scherer Plant Mitchell Generation Capacity (MW) : 125

28 28  1,895 Assets Included  1 Canopy,10x10  4 Center-fold tables  5 Chairs  20 Toolkits  20 Step ladders Affiliate Chapter’s MOVE Bank Mobile Organizing Vault & Equipment Bank (MOVE Banks) – Increased efficiency of field operations deployment – Decrease of Equipment Loss; “Operational shrinkage”

29 29 Check For Understanding Questions? Thoughts? Comments?

30 30  Objective: To Securitize the EE Bond Market  EE Demand Side Management  Demand Response  MRV—Monitoring, Reporting and Verifying  Building Energy Codes Emerging Opportunity

31 31 Tony C. Anderson Coordinating Director, Let’s Retrofit a Million Education Fund W LRAM For More Information

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