I wrote an article, "We need a plan that adds up", for The Guardian and publicservice.co.uk. For the Grauniad I also created a new graphic which I thought I would show here.
Four simple actions that make significant energy savings, and one that doesn't.
The left-hand column shows five contributors to the average energy consumption of a typical reasonably-affluent Guardian reader. The right-hand column shows the reduced consumption, post-action.
Any comments? Would the figure work better if I put the phone charger in the middle instead of at the bottom of the list?