Measuring the efficacy of low-income residential sustainability interventions

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Title: Measuring the efficacy of low-income residential sustainability interventions
Author: Steubing, Jacob Wayne
Abstract: Volatile and rising global fuel prices present a tremendous challenge to our energy-dependent economy, and the ramifications are especially great for low-income households. Residential weatherization programs represent a tremendous opportunity to shield vulnerable populations, but the allocation of funding and assessment of efficacy has historically been fraught with political and procedural hurdles. This report examines the methods of assessing the efficacy of low-income weatherization and proposes a set of best practices.
Department: Public Affairs Business Administration
Subject: Sustainability Weatherization PRISM Low-income housing Public policy Low-income households
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2152/ETD-UT-2011-05-3168
Date: 2011-05

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