This a video in the form of a public service announcement that encourages people to conserve energy by remembering to turn off unnecessary lights, and leave them off for as long as possible. What is your reaction to this video? Do you have other ideas that people could use to conserve energy in their home or office? We would love to hear your thoughts in the comments section.
Luke Richner is a graduate of Duke University. He is earning a B.A. in Public Policy and a Certificate in Duke’s Markets and Management program. Luke’s studies have focused primarily on policy analysis including the analysis of political, social and economic policies. At Duke, he has spent much time as his fraternity’s Philanthropy Chair as well as tutoring local Durham public school students. Luke has worked in numerous industries including local media, management consulting, and power utilities. During his time with the SISGI Group, Luke researched and wrote about global health issues, economic development and global energy markets. He loves to travel and has visited numerous countries across the globe.
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