The Climate Crisis.
How can HubController help?
To put it into perspective, that equates to:
Why so much talk about Carbon Emissions?
It might have a bad name, but the natural carbon cycle of CO2 release and absorption into the earth is vital to the continued balance of our life supporting ecosystem.
The problem is, we produce extreme excesses of carbon emissions and other greenhouse gasses through human activities.
These gasses trap radiation and heat in our atmosphere, provoking global warming.
How Climate Change Affects You
Give up the dream, global warming won’t turn Ireland into Ibiza! Our rain will become more unpredictable and some areas will become prone to flooding!
Most households already deal with higher carbon taxes and increasing energy prices.
Soon we can expect fundamental changes in home heating systems, higher transport taxes and tangible fuel poverty to plunge more families into debt and leave children and vulnerable
adults cold in winter.
We need Mass Action
We know what you’re thinking… but how can one person really help? It’s time to start working together. That’s why, at Hub Controller, we’re making real carbon reduction accessible to everyone. By saving energy, time and money, our HubCommunity are collectively fighting climate change on a scale never before seen in Ireland.
How HubController Helps
Ireland is certainly making progress, but sustainable change needs a monumental shift in community behaviour.
By joining our growing HubCommunity,
you will save 1.77 tonnes of CO2 emissions and on average €824 a year according to current gas standard rates!
Alone, it might seem hard to make a difference, but together we can fight for a cleaner tomorrow.
Without sacrificing today.
More ways to do your part
UN's Lazy Person's Guide to Saving the World
Check out these handy at home tips from the United Nations that can make a big difference!
Do What You Can
From ditching paper statements, unplugging at night, air drying clothes to freezing leftovers there are so many ways to save money, energy and reduce our environmental impact.