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View Resource More Profit With Less Carbon

The economic theorists and political friends or foes of climate protection, who all argue about whether its cost is big or small, are getting the number's sign wrong. Amory Lovins's September 2005...
View Resource ECAR Fact Sheet for Illinois Aqueous Cleaning

Various methods are used to clean oil and grease from auto parts before sale. This fact sheet covers the environmental issues associated with aqueous cleaning methods such as enclosed spray washers,...
View Resource Climate: Making Sense and Making Money

Climate change is not the inevitable price of progress, but rather "an unnecessary artifact of the uneconomically wasteful use of resources," according to this influential white paper by Amory Lovins...
View Resource Climate: Making Sense and Making Money—Overhead Presentation

Detailed overhead-slide lecture notes from Amory Lovins' presentation to an NGO symposium at the 1997 Kyoto Climate Conference presents RMI's thesis that climate protection, properly implemented, is...
View Resource What Can We Do To Fix The Climate Problem?

Climate solutions are not costly but profitable, because saving fuel costs less than buying fuel. Many leading companies are making billions of dollars' profit by cutting their carbon intensity or...
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