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Reduce minimum temprature requirements in shops, offices schools etc

Comment 26th July 2010

Shops, offices, schools and any public buildings are always heated to a level that means the occupants are uncomfortable in anythig other than the lightest clothing. The minimum temprature requirement should either be abolished or at least reduced (and enforced).

Why does this matter?

Heating shops, offices, schools and other public buildings to present levels wastes huge amounts of power, which has to be produced. Less power equals less CO2.

People are more alert or attentive in a cooler atmosphere so that productivity would improve and most importantly, in schools, attention would improve.

If people are cold in the office, wear a sweater or jacket.

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