Amanda Kilburn Vancouver February 15, 2010

As Doug McKenzie-Mohr's research assistant, I am searching for successful commercial (e.g. workplace, business-related) programs that have managed to reduce emissions through promoting telecommuting, carpooling, biking, walking, and using mass transit. I am especially looking for examples of telecommuting and carpooling programs at this time.

The most successful case studies will be included in a book entitled, "What Works," co-authored with Nancy Lee, Wes Schultz, and Phil Kotler. This is my third and last request to the listserv for case study submissions, as Doug is covering three chapters in the book: Energy Efficient Transportation-Residential; Energy Efficient Transportation-Commercial; and Water Efficiency. My goal is to have all research compiled by the end of the first week of March, to submit to Doug. If you have case studies you meant to submit for the other chapters, it's not too late!

We are looking for as much information as possible on programs to review, including an overview of the program, reports and evaluations, program budget, a cost/benefit analysis (if possible) and even graphics. If you know of a program of interest, but were not directly involved, feel free to point me in the right direction.

Thanks in advance!

Amanda Kilburn