Launch of Kyot'Home

by J.Lefebvre and C.Martz

With the Kyot'Home program, Econologie.com goes to practice!

Since this site is based on the first idea that "ecology" and "economy" can be reconciled, we suggest you practice with Kyot'Home, by reaching, at your own level, the European objectives of the Kyoto Protocol… And by making serious savings on your bills!

With the help of a small program of our design, your objective will be to analyze and reduce your energy consumption, in order to lower your emissions sufficiently so that your home becomes a "Kyot'Home"
(although it is possible that your accommodation is already within Kyoto limits).

A “Kyot'Home” (term created by Julien Lefebvre and Christophe Martz) is a house where each inhabitant emits 8% less greenhouse gases than in 1990, in accordance with the commitments made by the Union in Kyoto.

We hope you will like this approach and will allow us to make a small effort together for the environment… this in an “ecological” way!

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